You can control access to the NNTP server in many ways. You can control whether users connect anonymously or must supply valid Windows 2000 account names and passwords. If users connect over a public network, you can encrypt that connection using SSL so that other users cannot intercept articles that are sent and received. You can also explicitly grant or deny access based on the IP address of the client. To restrict access to administrative tasks on the NNTP server, you can list only the accounts that are authorized to modify server settings.
To control access to the server:
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