Disable Null Sessions
We had an audit and were told to disable null sessions on all of our
servers. I found that we could use group policy to accomplish this. I have
enabled the following settings on a test OU and moved a server to that OU.
Network access: Do not allow anonymous enumeration of SAM accounts
Network access: Do not allow anonymous enumeration of SAM accounts and
I was wondering the easiest way to verify that the null sessions have been
disabled? I downloaded a few applications that stated they would check this.
When I try to test I get the same results on my existing servers as I do on
the server that I put in the test OU with the GPO.
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- Re: Disable Null Sessions
... Do not allow anonymous enumeration of SAM accounts ... When I try to test I get the same results on my existing servers as I do on ...