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It is the security configuration to be used on federal desktop systems running Windows XP and Windows Vista.

I haven't tried it, but it seems interesting.

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It's no longer called FDCC -- that's the old name. Wikipedia's article is presumably flagged as outdated because of the name change, caused by the move to Windows 7.

Now it's called USGCB: United States Government Configuration Baseline and it covers Windows 7 and Red Hat (RHEL 5).

Both of them look interesting if you want to lock down computers.

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