New Article, White Paper, and Update: AccessChk

TechNet Magazine: Inside the Windows Vista Kernel (Part 2): In this second part of a series on what’s new in the Windows Vista kernel, Mark Russinovich looks at advances in the way Windows Vista manages memory, as well as major improvements to system startup, shutdown, and power management. White Paper: Fundamental Computer Investigation Guide For Windows:…

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Update: PSExec

The following Sysinternals utility has been updated: PSExec v1.80 Update: This update to PsExec enhances the –i option to allow process launch in a specific session and leverages Windows Vista’s low integrity (the same mechanism used by Protected Mode Internet Explorer) for the –l switch. See Mark’s most recent blog post, “PsExec, User Account Control and…

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Minor Update: AutoRuns

The following Sysinternals utilities and files have been updated: AutoRuns v8.61 Update: This fixes a bug that v8.6 introduced in the compare functionality and an incompatibility with Windows 98/Me.

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New Article, PodCast, and Updates: AutoRuns and ZoomIt

TechNet Magazine: Inside the Windows Vista Kernel: In this first part of a series on what’s new in the Windows Vista kernel, Mark Russinovich looks at changes in the areas of processes and threads, and in I/O. Future installments will cover memory management, startup and shutdown, reliability and recovery, and security. Mark’s TechNet Podcast Interview:…

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Updates: DebugView and ZoomIt

The following Sysinternals utilities and files have been updated: DebugView v4.64: Fixes a bug for 64-bit Windows Vista systems and the default colors are easier to read for highlight filters.  ZoomIt v1.2: Zoomit, a screen magnification and annotation tool designed for technical presentations, now supports on-the-fly pen resizing and color changes, as well as progressive…

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