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Microsoft Windows Internals : Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 [Hardcover]

David Solomon , Mark Russinovich
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Table of Contents

Historical Perspective; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Structure of the Book; History of the Book; Fourth Edition Changes; Hands-On Experiments; Topics Not Covered; A Warning and Caveat; Support; About the Authors; David Solomon; Mark Russinovich; Chapter 1: Concepts and Tools; Windows Operating System Versions; Foundation Concepts and Terms; Digging into Windows Internals; Conclusion; Chapter 2: System Architecture; Requirements and Design Goals; Operating System Model; Architecture Overview; Key System Components; Conclusion; Chapter 3: System Mechanisms; Trap Dispatching; Object Manager; Synchronization; System Worker Threads; Windows Global Flags; Local Procedure Calls (LPCs); Kernel Event Tracing; Wow64; Conclusion; Chapter 4: Management Mechanisms; The Registry; Services; Windows Management Instrumentation; Conclusion; Chapter 5: Startup and Shutdown; Boot Process; Troubleshooting Boot and Startup Problems; Shutdown; Conclusion; Chapter 6: Processes, Threads, and Jobs; Process Internals; Flow of CreateProcess; Thread Internals; Examining Thread Activity; Thread Scheduling; Job Objects; Conclusion; Chapter 7: Memory Management; Introduction to the Memory Manager; Services the Memory Manager Provides; System Memory Pools; Virtual Address Space Layouts; Address Translation; Page Fault Handling; Virtual Address Descriptors; Section Objects; Working Sets; Logical Prefetcher; Page Frame Number Database; Conclusion; Chapter 8: Security; Security Ratings; Trusted Computer System Evaluation Critiera; The Common Criteria; Security System Components; Protecting Objects; Account Rights and Privileges; Security Auditing; Logon; Software Restriction Policies; Conclusion; Chapter 9: I/O System; I/O System Components; Device Drivers; I/O Processing; The Plug and Play (PnP) Manager; The Power Manager; Conclusion; Chapter 10: Storage Management; Storage Terminology; Disk Drivers; Volume Management; Conclusion; Chapter 11: Cache Manager; Key Features of the Cache Manager; Cache Virtual Memory Management; Cache Size; Cache Data Structures; File System Interfaces; Fast I/O; Read Ahead and Write Behind; Conclusion; Chapter 12: File Systems; Windows File System Formats; File System Driver Architecture; Troubleshooting File System Problems; NTFS Design Goals and Features; NTFS File System Driver; NTFS On-Disk Structure; NTFS Recovery Support; Encrypting File System Security; Conclusion; Chapter 13: Networking; Windows Networking Architecture; Networking APIs; Multiple Redirector Support; Name Resolution; Protocol Drivers; NDIS Drivers; Binding; Layered Network Services; Conclusion; Chapter 14: Crash Dump Analysis; Why Does Windows Crash?; The Blue Screen; Crash Dump Files; Windows Error Reporting; Online Crash Analysis; Basic Crash Dump Analysis; Using Crash Troubleshooting Tools; Advanced Crash Dump Analysis; Glossary;

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