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User Account Control (UAC) Basics and Security Features in Windows 7

UAC is a security feature that was firstly presented in Windows Vista., and now in Windows 7. UAC enables the user to run as standard user, and elevate only when an administrative operation is performed. Here is a 10 mins video which explains on the basics of UAC and its improvements in Windows 7.

Also See this video – VirtualStore: File / Registry Virtualization in Windows 7

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  • looks cool!

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  • looks cool!

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  • Thanks for your comments Sreeju. This was the first video, i did. I wish to see some improvements in subsequent ones. he he…!

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  • Thanks for your comments Sreeju. This was the first video, i did. I wish to see some improvements in subsequent ones. he he…!

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  • Cool and very helpful Stuff Buddy…….
    More illustative and very clear presentation. Looking forward more of this kind of presentations.

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  • Cool and very helpful Stuff Buddy…….More illustative and very clear presentation. Looking forward more of this kind of presentations.

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  • Thanks Vivek, As said in the previous comment..this was my first video. I will surely do more of this kind ๐Ÿ™‚

    Thanks again for your encouragement.

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  • Thanks Vivek, As said in the previous comment..this was my first video. I will surely do more of this kind :-)Thanks again for your encouragement.

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  • Hi Vijay, Very Nice, I like it, I look forword some more stuff like this ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • Hi Vijay, Very Nice, I like it, I look forword some more stuff like this ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • Splendid Job Viju,
    Looking forward to explore more now..

    Regards
    Harsh

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  • Splendid Job Viju,Looking forward to explore more now..RegardsHarsh

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  • Thanks Harsh ๐Ÿ™‚
    I hope to do a little more towards application packaging in days to come.

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  • Thanks Harsh ๐Ÿ™‚ I hope to do a little more towards application packaging in days to come.

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  • Good video.
    Looking forward to many more…

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