Get a glimpse inside Jerry Honeycutt's book, "Microsoft Windows XP Registry Guide," with this excerpt from Chapter 7, "Managing Registry Security." Click here for the chapter download or to purchase the book.
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Chapter Summary: The Windows XP registry is behind almost every great feature in the operating system. Discover how to customize the registry -- and how to take care of it -- with this no-nonsense primer. Written for IT professionals and desktop power users, this eye-opening guide reveals little-known registry techniques, tricks, tips, and secrets to make your tasks easier. Chapter 7 explains registry security in detail. Some of the items you will learn about in this chapter include:
- Setting Keys' Permissions
- Mapping Default Permissions
- Auditing Registry Access
- Restricting Remote Registry Access
- Deploying Security Templates and more!
This chapter download from "Microsoft Windows XP Registry Guide" by Jerry Honeycutt is printed with permission from Microsoft Press, Copyright 2002.
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