Aaron Margosis' Non-Admin, App-Compat and Sysinternals WebLog

The Non-Admin blog - running with least privilege on the desktop... and then dealing with the application compatibility fallout... and using Sysinternals and other utilities to figure things out

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  • Blog Post: VirtMemTest: a utility to exercise memory and other operations

    I wrote the first versions of VirtMemTest while working on the Windows Sysinternals Administrator’s Reference . The utility made it easy for me to perform a variety of memory operations and to observe how different Sysinternals utilities reacted to them. I eventually added CPU-stress capabilities...
  • Blog Post: LUA Buglight 2.2 with support for Windows 8

    Announcing the release of LUA Buglight 2.2, including support for Windows 8. LUA Buglight is an interactive utility that identifies admin-permissions issues (" LUA bugs ") in desktop applications. Version 2.2 (attached to this blog post) adds support for Windows 8 and continues support for Windows XP...
  • Blog Post: TSSessions utility

    Part of my Sysinternals Primer: Gems presentation at TechEd last month covered the topics of terminal services sessions, window stations and desktops. To illustrate the concepts, I used a utility I wrote called TSSessions. As promised, I have attached that utility (with source) to this blog post. ...
  • Blog Post: PrivBar Update

    PrivBar is a toolbar I first published over seven years ago (!) for Internet Explorer and Windows Explorer. I updated it three years ago to add support for x64. Today I am updating it to offer better support for Vista and Windows 7 and the corresponding Server versions. Specifically, instead of showing...
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