Windows Sysinternals Administrator’s Reference

Windows Sysinternals Administrator's Reference

The Windows Sysinternals Administrator’s Reference is the official book on the Sysinternals tools, written by tool author and Sysinternals cofounder Mark Russinovich, and Windows expert Aaron Margosis. The book covers all 70+ tools in detail, with full chapters on the major tools like Process Explorer and Autoruns. In addition to tips and tricks in the tool chapters, it includes 17 “Case of the Unexplained…” examples of the tools used by users to solve real-world problems. Buy the book today and take your Windows troubleshooting and systems management skills to the next level.

Ordering the Book

The book is available for purchase on Amazon.com and available from O’Reilly in 4 ebook formats, or you can read it online through Safari.

Description of the Book

Get an edge on Windows diagnostics and support—direct from the Sysinternals experts at Microsoft. The Windows Sysinternals tools, available for download from Microsoft TechNet, are designed to help you manage, troubleshoot, and diagnose Windows clients and servers. This Administrator’s Reference provides essential, scenario-based guidance and inside insights to help maximize your work with these tools.

Sample Chapter

You can read samples from the book at this link on Amazon.com.

Table of Contents

Getting Started

User Guide

Troubleshooting—“The Case of the Unexplained…”


About Mark

Mark Russinovich works at Microsoft in the Windows Azure product team as a Technical Fellow, Microsoft’s senior-most technical position. Read more...

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