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Windows 7 Security Talk: A Secure Platform (Part 1 of 3)  | TechNet Edge In this installment of the Windows 7 Security Talk Series, we cover the core security technologies that make the Windows 7 operating system the most secure version of Windows to date. We discuss technologies like Data Execution Prevention, Mandatory Integrity Levels, Windows Biometric Framework, and... More...

TechNet Edge, Annie Mao, Zune, iPod, Security, UAC, Windows 7, Security-Talk-Series, paul-cooke
Mark Minasi on UAC and R2 Win7 interview at TechEd09 | TechNet Edge I had a chance to catch up with Mark Minasi just after he gave a great session on User Account Control (UAC).  Mark talks about his thoughts on UAC and about technology in general. More...

TechNet Edge, UAC, user account control, TechEd09, Mark Russinovich, TechNet Magazine, English, Videos, Joey Snow, Zune, iPod
Paul Cooke talks User Account Control | TechNet Edge Paul Cooke is a Senior Director on the Windows 7 Product Management team, and looks after the security aspects of Windows 7.  Paul made a very quick trip to LA to present a Win7 Security session, and I managed to catch up with him in the product area to talk a little bit about the changes to UAC in ... More...

TechNet Edge, Security, UAC, Windows 7, User Account Control, TechEd 2009, Videos, English, Adam Bomb, Zune, iPod
Windows Vista SP1 UAC improvements  | TechNet Edge UAC is often maligned as over prompting for a single task. In this short and sharp clip I show a basic difference of Windows Vista RTM and Windows Vista SP1 and the reduction in UAC prompting to create a folder in a protected system location from four to one. More...

UAC, Windows Vista, English, Australia, Zune, iPod, TechNet Edge, Videos, en-AU, Michael Kleef [MSFT]
Managing User Account Control In this video, Chris Henley talks about user account controls, a new feature introduced with Windows Vista, to increase the quality of security as it relates to the user profiles. More...

TechNet Edge, Zune, iPod, Media, Chris Henley, Screencasts, Windows Server 2008, User Account Control, UAC, Management, Security
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