Links to Mark Russinovich’s TechEd IT-Forum presentations have been added to the Sysinternals home page. If you were not able to attend these sessions at IT-Forum last month, you can view them now (links below). All of these sessions ranked in the top 10 (by attendee grading) among all sessions at the conference and 2 took first and second place (although I cannot recall which ones)! They are well worth viewing.
TechNet On-Demand Webcast: Windows Vista Kernel Changes: See Mark’s TechEd/ITForum presentation on the many interesting changes in the Windows Vista kernel, including SuperFetch, User Account Control, Prioritized-I/O, revamped logon architecture, and more.
TechNet On-Demand Webcast: Advanced Windows Troubleshooting with Sysinternals Process Monitor: Mark gives a tutorial on some of the many powerful Process Monitor features and shows you how to leverage them to troubleshoot common application and system problems.
TechNet On-Demand Webcast: Advanced Malware Cleaning: Learn from Mark how to use the Sysinternals tools to identify malware infestations, from standard spyware to kernel-mode rootkits, and clean them off your systems.
TechNet On-Demand Webcast: Windows Vista User Account Control Internals: In this TechEd/ITForum session Mark goes inside the various technologies that come under the umbrella name User Account Control (UAC), explaining their role and how the work. Mark concludes with a look at how UAC will affect the evolution of malware.