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Mark TechEd's You: See All Four of Mark's TechEd North America sessions

06.24.2013
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Sysinternals Site Discussion - Updates: Mark's TechEd Sessions, Autoruns v11.61, Strings v2.52, ZoomIt v4.5

"Mark’s TechEd Sessions Available On-Demand:  Mark delivered four top-rated sessions at Microsoft’s TechEd US conference two weeks ago, and the recordings are available now for on-demand viewing. In Windows Azure Infrastructure Services, he gives an overview of the deployment and operation of Virtual Machines and Virtual Networks; in Windows Azure Internals Mark goes under the hood of Windows Azure to show its physical and logical datacenter architecture and operation; in Case of the Unexplained you’ll see how to use the Sysinternals tools to solve impossible problems; and in Malware Hunting with the Sysinternals Tools you’ll learn how to use Sysinternals tools to identify and clean malware infestations.

Autoruns v11.61:  ...  This update adds more autostart locations, fixes a bug that could cause a crash when Autorunsc is directed to calculate file hashes, and fixes a bug in Autoruns’ jump-to-image functionality on 64-bit Windows.

Strings v2.52:  This release fixes a bug that prevented the previous one from running on Windows XP.

Zoomit v4.5:  ... This release introduces better support for zooming in on Windows 8 Windows Store applications.

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If you've never seen Mark speak, you are missing out. I've seen him a few times and every time I've enjoyed it and, best of all, learning something that I was able to put right to use...

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