In our ultimate Microsoft Vista security tutorial, take a deeper look into Vista security. Check out examples of Vista security tips, podcasts, webcasts and excerpts from popular Vista texts to learn all about the features of Vista, like User Account Control (UAC) and Encrypting File System (EFS). If you like what you see and want more information on solving Vista problems, dig deeper into the site for a comprehensive look into Microsoft's newest operating system.
Featured Vista tip:
Microsoft Windows Vista: A review of UAC
Security expert Serdar Yegulalp shares some UAC guidelines.
This straightforward tip cuts right to the chase and gives you a quick but thorough look into UAC, a security feature newly introduced in Windows Vista. Check out more Vista security tips and expert advice here.
Featured Vista podcast:
Windows Vista: Encrypting File System redesigned
In this podcast, Windows security specialist Brien Posey explains Microsoft EFS, from changes made to previous versions to future compatibility issues.
For those of you who prefer to listen to someone explain something aloud (or for those of you who have misplaced your glasses), our podcasts are short and sweet audio clips straight from our experts' mouths. Check out all of our Microsoft Vista security podcasts here.
Featured Vista book excerpt:
NTFS and the Registry in Vista packaged up
Have a look inside Windows security guru Mark Minasi's latest book, Administering Windows Vista Security: The Big Surprises, with this excerpt from Chapter 1, "Administering Vista Security: The Little Surprises," called NTFS and the Registry in Vista packaged up.
Our series of book excerpts and chapter downloads provide a deeper technical explanation of many Windows security topics from some highly regarded industry experts, including security guru Mark Minasi. Take a look at all of our excerpts from Mark's latest book, Administering Windows Vista Security: The Big Surprises.
Featured Vista webcast:
Desktop security improvement in Windows Vista, by Mark Minasi
In this webcast, Mark Minasi introduces and explains some new Vista security features and tells you how necessary, or unnecessary, these security additions may be.
This was first published in September 2007