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Windows Server 2008 Kernel Advances


About This Video

This session, presented by the co-author of Windows Internals (Microsoft Press), goes beneath the surface to explore the new features and enhancements in the Windows Server 2008 operating system to improve security, scalability and reliability. Learn about cycle-based scheduling, hot-plug CPU and memory support, self-healing NTFS, I/O priorities, kernel transaction manager, service security improvements, Address Space Load Randomization, and more.


Published Date: April 10, 2008
Presented By: Mark Russinovich




Video: WMV | MP4 | WMV (ZIP)


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