Summary and Info
- The premier guide to Windows system internals - now fully updated for Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP- Provides unique insights on the operating system's architecture and kernel for developers and IT professionals- Written by well-known Windows internals experts in full partnership with the Windows Server product development team- Also covers Windows 2000 ServerFrom the IT Subject Tracker Study (Feb. 2002; of 2502 respondents to a pop-up survey presented on the TechNet and Win2000 Technical Resources home pages), the highest scoring products and topics included:- Windows 2000 Server, including networking security, networking and communications, Web security, user and resource - Active Directory- Networking, including troubleshooting and security- Security, including best practices, e-mail, Web, and virus protectionWindows 2000 Server information has the highest proportion of IT professionals (79%) rating it very important. This will grow to include .NET Server as it is adopted.
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Mark Eugene Russinovich (born c. 1966) is CTO of Microsoft Azure. He was a cofounder of software producers Winternals before it was acquired by Microsoft in 2006.
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