O'Reilly's newest release, Managing the Windows NT Registry, is the system administrator's guide to maintaining, monitoring, and updating the Registry database.
Managing the Windows NT Registry covers vital issues such as:
In addition to "a wealth of essential registry tips and management strategies that NT administrators will find indispensable" (Sean Daily, Contributing Editor, Windows NT Magazine), a web site associated with the book provides a searchable "living" database of registry keys.
Paul Robichaux got his first computer at age eight and promptly wore the shiny silver paint off its keyboard. Since then, he has written software for platforms ranging from clusters of VAXen to embedded CPUs still used by the US Navy. He is currently a member of the technical staff at LJL Enterprises, Inc., where he is responsible for developing Macintosh, Win32, and Solaris-based cryptographic infrastructure components. Paul's interests include large-scale Windows NT deployment, cryptographic systems research, electronic commerce implementation, and finding creative new ways to answer people who ask him whether he thinks Apple is doomed. He has written or contributed to more than a dozen computer books. When he's not writing words or software, he can be found with his family in Harvest, Alabama.
Managing the Windows NT Registry
By Paul Robichaux
1st Edition April 1998 (US)
376 pages, 1-56592-378-2, $39.95 (US$)
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