Troubleshooting with the Windows Sysinternals Tools - now available!


Over three years ago, I announced that Mark Russinovich and I had signed a contract with Microsoft Press to write the Second Edition of the Windows Sysinternals Administrator's Reference. I figured it would take a year to finish it. I underestimated. 🙂 But Mark and I are happy that we can finally tell you that Troubleshooting with the Windows Sysinternals Tools, Second Edition, is now available. You should get it right away:

  • 40% bigger than the first edition
  • ProcDump upgraded to a full chapter
  • Coverage of new tools, including Sysmon and PsPing
  • Documentation of new and updated features for all the tools
  • Deeper detail, including Process Monitor's XML schema and two cases demonstrating its use
  • 45 "Case of the Unexplained" real-world troubleshooting demonstrations (over 2.5 times more than in the first edition)

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Comments (1)

  1. Steven says:

    Purchased. Finally arrived in the UK. Shame it's in black and white considering it talks about the different colour options in Process Explorer.

    [Aaron Margosis] Thanks! That's true about the B&W. With some booksellers, you can get both the hardcopy and a digital format for the same price or a small upcharge. The digital formats have color screenshots.
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