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The buzz at RSA around Windows 7 has been tremendous.
Yesterday, in his keynote, Scott Charney (Corporate VP Trustworthy Computing) talked about AppLocker and how it helps ensure that only known, trusted software is run within an organization’s desktop environment. Shortly after the keynote, I ran into Marcelo Birnbach - a Senior Program Manager in the Windows Security Technologies organization and works on AppLocker - on the expo floor. Since he’s an expert, we thought we would ask him for his perspective on AppLocker in Windows 7.
Marcelo Birnbach talks about Windows 7’s AppLocker Feature
And since Marcelo is originally from Argentina, we also asked him to share his thoughts in Spanish.
I could not see the video, thank you to run, but I have read your post thank you
for watching video must i install silverligt?
I had the chance to work with silverlight. I must say it rocks. I can't imagine another useful software to send so much website information online (like complex & accurate images).
To bad it is not fully supported in other browsers. It is pretty annoying to download and install pieces of software for "anything" you do online. Like watching movies, browsing, being able to see animations etc...
Will silverlight be available by default in IE?