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    This is a step-by-step guide to using Windows NTFS permissions to protect Web pages that are running on Internet Information Server (IIS) version 4.0 or 5.0. To protect your pages, you put the pages in a separate folder and then apply permissions to...
    Describes ways that you can help identify and protect your computer from deceptive Web sites and malicious hyperlinks.
    Describes a security issue with Internet Explorer that is known as Click and Scroll. Provides steps that you can use to help protect your computer against this security issue.
    To prevent a user from accidentally or deliberately changing, moving, or deleting important data from a sheet or workbook, you can protect certain sheet or workbook elements, with
    A quick reference for the Office training course titled Password protect workbooks and worksheets.
    Hide and protect formuls so that formula results cannot be changed by others, and that formulas cannot be viewed in the formula bar.
    To prevent a user from accidentally or deliberately changing, moving, or deleting important data from a sheet or workbook, you can protect certain sheet or workbook elements, with
    With passwords, multiple people can password-protect their email on one shared computer. There are two scenarios: sharing at work/home, and sharing a public computer.
    In Microsoft Excel, individual worksheets can only be protected one sheet at a time. It is not possible to protect multiple worksheets in a single step. However, you can use Microsoft Visual Basic for Applications code to protect multiple sheets...
    Describes how to help protect your computer if you decide to remove Windows XP SP2 from your computer or from your Tablet PC. Includes steps to turn on Internet Connection Firewall.

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