The C drive is used as an independent system partition and the Windows 2000 operating system and common applications and system programs are installed on it. Other documents and some important data are stored on other partitions which not only facilitates the backup and recovery of the system but also avoids risks to the utmost extent in the case of viruses.
Second disconnect the physical network connection
Because there are a large number of Trojan horses and worms such as Shockwave and Sasser on the Internet and these viruses are often 'unsolicited' The author has overlooked this point when installing Windows 2000 system several times recently.
3. Install patches and anti-virus software
If you must download and install online it is recommended to download and install the Sasser tool first
4. Set up security
1. Upgrade IE browser from 5.0 to 6.0. This is because quite a few Trojans are written for IE5.0 vulnerabilities so upgrading IE to 6.0 is a good measure.
2. Change the permissions of shared files from the 'Everyone' group to 'Authorized users'.
3. Add user name and password. Quite a few users especially home users often do not set a username and password because they find it troublesome. They don't realize that this is a dangerous practice.
4. Open the real-time monitoring function of various anti-virus software or firewalls and update the virus database in time; install the Internet assistant and open the IE real-time protection function.
V. Backup system
First use Ghost to mirror the system partition which can be described as a once-and-for-all thing for future system maintenance; then when necessary the process table (initial value) and registration The table is backed up.
In short installing a Windows 2000 system is like building a building. As long as the 'foundation' is laid it is believed that many 'sources' of infections will be blocked.
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