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Windows Vista Security: Praxisorientierte Sicherheit für Profis by Marcus Nasarek

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Index | 907
operating system
changing default, 790
changing display order, 792
device drivers (see device drivers)
operating system edition and service
packs, 11
optimizing performance, 90
Orthogonal Frequency-Division Multiplexing
(OFDM), 618
outbound packet filtering, 539
Outlook Express, 555
versus Windows Mail, 556
P
pagefile.sys, 93
paging, 93
Parallel ATA (PATA), 133
parental controls, 650–663
activity reports, 659–663
Applications, 661
Email, 662
Gaming, 662
General System, 663
Instant Messaging, 662
Media, 663
steps for viewing, 660
System, 661
turning on, 659
Web browsing, 660
Application restrictions, 651
configuring, 658
configuring reminders, 654
Game Rating Systems, 653–654
Game restrictions, 651
configuring, 657
Time restrictions, 651
configuring, 656
turning on, 651–652
Web restrictions, 650
configuring, 654
partitions
managing boot sector, 793
removing during installation, 769
spanned and striped volumes, 675
Password Policy, 795
Windows XP versus Windows Vista, 796
Password Protected Sharing Panel, 403
password-protected file sharing, 406
password-protected sharing, 400, 403
passwords, 226
deleting from browsing history, 867
hash values, 808
user accounts
changing, 635
changing for other people, 642
controlling how used, 644
creating, 633
creating for other people, 640
recovery, 636
recovery for other people, 643
storing for recovery, 636
storing for recovery for other
people, 643
Path Selection, 182–186
PCI cards, 619
PCMCIA cards, 619
peer-to-peer networking, 475
People Near Me feature, 488
performance, 57–100
applications, 92
Data Execution Prevention (DEP), 96
indexing, 204
optimizing, 90
personalization, 65–90
ReadyBoost, 97–100
User Account Control (UAC), 62–65
virtual memory, 93–95
visual effects, 90–91
Performance Information and Tools
console, 60
performance rating, 11
permission and consent prompting, 62
personal folder, versus My Documents
folder, 26
personalization, 65–90
desktop background, 72–75
desktop themes, 84
experience level and appearance effects,
changing, 70
monitor settings, 86–90
mouse pointers, 82–83
screensavers, 75–81
settings, 66
system sounds, 81
transparency, 69
user experience levels, 67–68
Windows colors, 69

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