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    Heap Size

    Hi,

    I'm not sure where this question would fit, but if it doesn't belong here, feel free to move it to appropriate forum.

    A Process Heap defaults to 1MB in Size, which is the initial Reserve. ...
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    nihil, Thankyou. Say, I've a small application...

    nihil, Thankyou.

    Say, I've a small application that performs basic arithmetic functions; Now, when the application is run, say the application is given X-Number of Virtual Pages.

    Now how does...
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    Sorry nihil. I'm not sure if I'm able to decipher...

    Sorry nihil. I'm not sure if I'm able to decipher the above statement. Is the statement referring to 4KB Clusters on the Hard Disk?

    I should have been more clear. My previous post was referring...
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    cacosapo & nihil, Thankyou for the explanations....

    cacosapo & nihil, Thankyou for the explanations. Greatly appreciated.

    If I can continue the subject of Virtual Memory, on Intel based Processors, the Page Size for Virtual Memory is either Small...
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    cacosapo, Thankyou for your explanation: Now,...

    cacosapo, Thankyou for your explanation: Now, from where is the 4GB of Memory being stolen from, to realize Virtual Memory?

    In the explanation given above, as per the first statement, data and...
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    Nokia, Thankyou for your explanation. If the...

    Nokia, Thankyou for your explanation.

    If the DC is also hosting DNS and AD-Integrated, does the System State Backup include the DNS Zone Data? The reason I ask this question is, when I read what...
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    nihil, Thankyou for your explanation. If you...

    nihil, Thankyou for your explanation. If you will, I would like to ask a question about Page Fault.

    From the definition of what I've read of Page Fault, a Page Fault or Invalid Page Fault error...
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    Virtual Memory

    Hi,

    There can be a large number of processes each with its own 2 GB of private virtual address space.

    Courtesy: http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=555223


    In 32-bit Windows OS's, Virtual...
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    Active Directory Data Corruption

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    One of the reasons given to have a a current, verified and reliable System State Backup was, to restore Active Directory data that becomes 'Corrupted'.

    I wasn't sure if I knew what Data...
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    Hi, I don't use OutPost, and I don't have...

    Hi,

    I don't use OutPost, and I don't have exposure to the problem mentioned, but thought I would drop a few ideas.

    1] How about analyzing the problem with the help of OSI Model?
    2] How about...
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    r3b00+, Thankyou for your reply. Tombstones...

    r3b00+, Thankyou for your reply.

    Tombstones are remains of objects that have been previously deleted. (When an object is deleted, it is not actually removed from the Active Directory database....
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    Authoritative Restore

    Hi,

    Domain Controller running Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition: Single Forest/Tree/Domain;

    Day-1 Normal Backup Of System State;

    Day-2 Create New OU with 100 New User Accounts;

    Day-3...
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    Hi, I wanted to learn more about Thread's...

    Hi,

    I wanted to learn more about Thread's Switching States. What I did was open Performance Monitor and chose 'Thread' as the Performance Object and selected 'Thread State' counter and 'Instances'...
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    sec_ware, Thankyou for the links. I'm currently...

    sec_ware, Thankyou for the links. I'm currently reading. In the section under 'Thread Context And Driver Routines', it says,

    From a driver developer’s perspective, however, “thread context” has a...
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    sec_ware, Thankyou again for your explanation....

    sec_ware, Thankyou again for your explanation. I've bookmarked your link. I've also downloaded the debugging tools for Windows. I'll try what I can learn from WinDbg.

    Thanks
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    Nokia, Thankyou. Your explanation is clear and...

    Nokia, Thankyou. Your explanation is clear and understandable. I'll do a look up on the MS website and also Google for more information on INF Master Role. But, if you do have any links that you...
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    sec_ware, Thankyou for taking your time for...

    sec_ware, Thankyou for taking your time for answering my questions. Greatly appreciated.
    All, I'm trying to do is learn fundamentals of how a computer and its hardware works.

    Let me take a...
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    Hardware Interrupts

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    I'm reading the basics of Hardware Interrupts. One of the statements that I did not understood was, Interrupt-driven devices like, keyboards, pointing devices, network cards etc allows the...
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    sec_ware, Thankyou for your explanation. It was...

    sec_ware, Thankyou for your explanation. It was great.

    A Thread in the 'Running' State will have its Quantum decremented by 3 Units per Clock Interrupt.

    A Thread in the 'Wait' State will have...
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    Nokia, Thankyou for your reply. Pardon me, as my...

    Nokia, Thankyou for your reply. Pardon me, as my comprehension of written English is not very good. So if you will, I will use an example.

    User-Q,

    Group Membership: Group-1, Group-2, Group-3...
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    Thanks Net2Infinity for the link. The reason...

    Thanks Net2Infinity for the link.

    The reason quantum is expressed in terms of a multiple of 3 quantum units per clock tick rather than as single units is to allow for partial quantum decay on wait...
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    Replication Question

    Single Forest, Single Tree Design:


    Site:X

    FZ.edu

    :Three Domain Controllers: DC-FZ-1, DC-FZ-2, DC-FZ-3:

    DC-FZ-1 [Schema Master & Domain Naming Master]
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    Thread Quantum

    Hi,

    A Thread Quantum, is the amount of time a Thread gets to run, before another Thread with same priority or a Thread with Higher Priority in the Ready State is waiting to run.

    The default...
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    Re: Detecting A Keylogger?

    I'm curious to know *Why* you suspect the presence of the Keylogger? *What* did you notice to suspect the presence of the Keylogger?

    On a scale of 1 to 10, I stand at 0 when it comes to inner...
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