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W2K Services :: Wiki’d?

I really need to find a resource to learn about Windows 2003’s
services.  Is it too much to ask to get something beyond the
definitions inferred from the description of a given service? 
There is some great information out there related to the services, but
I need more!  This time, I’m keen to discover the hidden uses
behind the Distributed Link Tracking services.  I understand what
they *say* they do.  But what happens if I disable both
services?  What possibilities are lost to me?  For those of
you heading over to your Services interface to read the description, it
basically states that the service is there to track NTFS files within
your domain.  This allows you to move a file to a different NTFS
volume in the domain while maintaining trackability by the countless
clients using that file you just moved.

I got a great reply saying to check out these links:
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/guidance/secmod54.mspx
http://episteme.arstechnica.com/eve/ubb.x?a=tpc&s=50009562&f=99609816&m=964006884631

Thanks msemack for your recommendations!


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