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Links 1 through 10 of 15 by Atif Aziz tagged winvista

Tip on how to enable and disable the Administrator account in Windows Vista using the command-line.

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Step-by-step workflow for designing a UAC application for Windows Vista. It details items like how to use the new runas verb with ShellExecute to launch an application with elevated privileges.

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Márton Anka explans what is going on in the background and why with User Account Control (UAC) and what has to keep in mind when developing for Windows Vista.

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Windows SteadyState provides an effective way to help defend shared computers from changes by untrusted users and unwanted software installations. It can also help safeguard system resources.

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Firewall devices that don't implement the TCP Window Scale Option that is defined in RFC 1323 may cause slow down programs and cause network connectivity issue under Windows Vista.

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Several standard file functions are affected by the use of symbolic links. This topic lists those functions and describes the changes in behavior.

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This article presents power toys to for exploiting User Account Control (UAC) and extending Windows Vista shell menus with option to elevate privileges under a number of contexts.

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How to elevate a process through ShellExecute? It is not immediately clear from the documentation, but the trick is passing "runas" for lpVerb.

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In Windows XP, Explorer can be told to exit cleanly by bringing up the shutdown dialog, pressing Ctrl+Alt+Shift and clicking Cancel. In Windows Vista (standard Start Menu), click on the Start button, press Ctrl+Shift and right-click on any empty area of t

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Windows Vista ships with the Snipping Tool that enables one to capture a screen shot, or snip, of any object on the screen, and then annotate, save, or share the image. No more Print Scrn.

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