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Note – There is no enforcement of the FIPS policy by the operating system or the validated cryptographic modules. Instead, each individual application must check this flag and enforce the Security Policy of the validated cryptographic modules. Windows components and Microsoft products use the documented application programming interfaces (APIs) for each of the modules to access various cryptographic services.
This document is broken into seven major sections: FIPS 140 Overview – Provides an overview of the FIPS 140 standard as well as provides some historical information about the standard.
While there are alternative methods for setting the FIPS local/group security policy flag, the following method is included as a guide to users with Administrative privileges.
This description is for the Local Security Policy, but the Group Security Policy may be set in a similar manner.
This section provides information for Procurement Officers and Auditors who are responsible for ensuring that Microsoft products with FIPS 140 validated cryptographic modules are used in their organization.
The goal of this section is to provide an overview of the Microsoft developed products and modules and explain how the validated cryptographic modules are used.
Rather than validate individual components and products, Microsoft chooses to validate only the underlying cryptographic modules.