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Microsoft Windows Registry Guide, Second Edition download ebook

by Jerry Honeycutt

Microsoft  Windows  Registry Guide, Second Edition download ebook
ISBN:
0735622183
ISBN13:
978-0735622180
Author:
Jerry Honeycutt
Publisher:
Microsoft Press; 2nd edition (September 14, 2005)
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608 pages
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1559 kb
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1653 kb
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Rating:
4.6

Possibly the CD accompanies some other book by the same author? It would have been nice to have it. As for the book, it seems technically competent but does not provide the kind of understanding that would make me literate in the Registry and its workings, so any changes I make will be more limited than hoped.

Also, find best practices for how to back up, restore, and maintain registry settings with confidence.

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Publisher: Microsoft Press. Release Date: September 2005. A Note Regarding Supplemental Files. This Book Is Different-Really. Power Users First, Then IT Professionals.

Summary: Get the in-depth information you need to modify - and seamlessly manage - the Windows registry.

ISBN 13: 9780735622180.

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Jerry Honeycutt, About the e-Book. Written for IT professionals and power users, this vital resource reveals little-known registry techniques, tricks, tips, and secrets to make your job easier.

Get the in-depth information you need to modify—and seamlessly manage—the Windows registry. Written for IT professionals and power users, this vital resource reveals little-known registry techniques, tricks, tips, and secrets to make your job easier. Understand the inner workings of the Windows operating system—and use the registry to get Windows Server 2003 and Windows XP to run the way you want, on a single desktop or across the network. You’ll learn how to pinpoint registry settings and script registry changes, deal with registry permissions, use Windows Installer, and map Tweak UI settings. Also, find best practices for how to back up, restore, and maintain registry settings with confidence. The CD includes 100+ registry files for customizing operating system appearance and behavior, and the complete eBook. You’ll learn how to: Apply best practices to back up, restore, manage, and modify the registry Customize group and system policies to manage multiple PCs and users remotely Track down registry settings and script changes Optimize server services, including network connections and authentication Deploy user profiles and Microsoft Office program settings Configure security services, including Windows Firewall, templates, and service pack features Troubleshoot the registry—resolving common problems and corruption issues

For customers who purchase an ebook version of this title, instructions for downloading the CD files can be found in the ebook.

Reviews:
  • Lailace
The "Product Description" for this book, and various places in the book, mention an accompanying CD, but none is listed in the order or shipping papers and none was received. Possibly the CD accompanies some other book by the same author? It would have been nice to have it. As for the book, it seems technically competent but does not provide the kind of understanding that would make me literate in the Registry and its workings, so any changes I make will be more limited than hoped. It seems good for installing Windows in various environments and servers, but I'm just a Home user.
  • Whitesmasher
Good reference but if you are looking for a treasure trove of Registry tweaks to get your rig moving faster, Look elsewhere. This book is more of a "what it is" and "why we need it" type of read.
  • Zorve
This book is very thorough in explaining the Registry and how to work with it. As a self taught person I found it heavy going and would not reccomend it to other than the people it is intended for - IT people! Chances are that few average people will read this anyway. My main purpose was in trying to understand and combat changes made by intrusion and viruses.
  • Malalanim
I actually read al of it and was most informative in the use of the command prompt function.
  • Mr.Bean
Exactly what i needed to solve a problem.Microsoft publications are always excellent.
  • salivan
I purchased this book to help me create a more secure limited user environment for Windows XP Home which would also work with legacy software. After purchase I found out that the author assumes the user is administering either Windows XP Professional or Windows 2003 Server software for large groups of users. The author details how to make mass registry changes using the Group Policy Editor which is not available in Windows XP Home. This book is probably the best resource available for its intended readers. While it was not intended for use with Windows XP Home, I've gained enough knowledge from the book to be able to successfully find on the internet the writings of other authors who have already worked out the registry hacks of XP Home needed to accomplish for its administrators one user at a time the same result as that obtained for those who administer large groups of users.
  • Dorizius
This book explains in a very friendly operation WINDOWS REGISTRY. Covers the entire structure of Windows Registry related explaining how each key is altered, and how each component is linked to the windows registry. The material in this book is very rich in examples and the author has a great knowledge of the subject. It is worth studying this book.
This book explains the windows registry in great detail. A must for anyone looking to modify or add registry settings.