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the case of a stolen notebook


We are running a Debian (potato) box with Samba as PDC for user authentication and file server for W2k LAN clients. Recently one of our notebooks was stolen. As I can identify all the users who have ever logged in via that notebook, and may have their samba password stored on the machine, I revoked all these passwords.

Can any of you think of any other steps I should take to minimise the risk of some black-hat abusing the information stored by W2k against our server/network?



"The whole world is about three drinks behind."
                -- Humphrey Bogart

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