Windows Vista Security Guide Update: Good News and Bad


The good news: The Windows Vista Security Guide Beta is now live! You can download it from https://connect.microsoft.com/InvitationUse.aspx?ProgramID=820&InvitationID=VSG-P74P-BFTH&SiteID=14 at any time during the three-week beta period.


The bad news: Due to technical difficulties, we had to reschedule our LiveMeeting presentation. Below is the updated information. We’ll also record the session and make it available on the Connect site.


Topic: Windows Vista Security Guide
Abstract: The Vista Security Guide is now in Beta! This session reviews the structure of the guide, discusses some of the old and new approaches for deploying security configuration, and demonstrates how the guide leverages some of the new security technologies built into Windows Vista.
Presenters: Kelly Hengesteg, Mike Danseglio, and Jose Maldonado
Date and Time: September 7, 2006, 8 a.m. – 10 a.m. PST


To join this Live Meeting up to a half-hour before the session starts, click here.


Comments (12)

  1. My god…what did you guys do to the permissions functionality within vista RC-1.  I went to make changes to permissions today and it would seem you guys forgot to add the "advanced" button.  I had to go back to windows xp :(.

    Please restore the "advanced" button in the security tab for assigning permissions.

    Thanks

    johnathonm (email at) gmail . com

  2. Jonathan says:

    Please send windows vista sicerity for my PC my E-mail is johnjmyers1@msn.com

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