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Editor's Note
Joe Flanigen
Under the Hood
Matt Pietrek  
ActiveX
Don Box 
Win32
Jeffrey Richter 
C++ Q&A
Paul DiLascia

Pop Open a Privileged Set of APIs with Windows NT Kernel Mode Drivers

Windows NT drivers are not just for devices; they're a means of doing things previously considered impossible. Understanding them not only provides valuable insight into Windows NT, it teaches you APIs you can use without writing any driver code.
James Finnegan    

 

Understanding the DCOM Wire Protocol by Analyzing Network Data Packets

DCOM is simply a high-level network protocol that enables COM-based components to interoperate across a network. You'll explore DCOM by analyzing the data packets transmitted across a network during the execution of COM-enabled apps.
Guy and Henry Eddon    

 

Why Do Certain Win32 Technologies Misbehave in Windows NT Services?

Some Win32 technologies such as MFC, ODBC, and MAPI behave differently in services than they do in interactive user apps. There are three major areas of concern for a service developer: security, window stations and desktops, and registry hives. existing WinHelp projects or build new HTML-based help systems.
Frank Kim    


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