Bill Wesse, presented a session covering debugging tools that can be used for troubleshooting Windows at the 2010 Active Directory Windows Protocols Plugfest. Debugging with Windbg including assembly call stack analysis examples were provided. Tracing calls with Windows ETW and IDNA tracing were demonstrated:
David Kruse, discussed Windows 7 and Windows 2008 anonymous access behavior (as opposed to Guest access) at the 2009 File Sharing Windows Protocols Plugfest and answered questions:
Tom Talpey, discussed the UNIX extensions for SMB2 protocol initiative during 2010 File Sharing Windows Protocols Plugfest:
David Pickett, program manager, presented an overview of the protocol documentation updates that apply to Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2:
Paul Long, presented an overview of Netmon 3.3 protocol analyzer (a Windows-based utility). Paul also provided demonstrations of protocol analysis and using netmon for troubleshooting.
Alex Radutskiy, presented an overview of Certificate Enrollment Services at 2010 Certificate WindowsProtocols Plugfest, including questions and answers. The presentation describes details related to the protocols and their usage.
Alex Radutskiy, presented an overview of Certificate Enrollment Services at 2010 Certificate Windows Protocols Plugfest, including questions and answers. The presentation describes details related to the protocols and their usage.
Paul Long, presented an overview of Netmon 3.4 protocol analyzer including a tour of the tool including net functionality for 3.4:
Scott Roberts, provided an overview of the Directaccess implementation for Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 7. Protocol behavior and interoperability issues were discussed.
Ehud Itshaki, presented a DirectAccess UAG infrastructure and architectural overview at Direct Access Windows Protocols Plugfest.
Anoosh Saboori, presented a discussion of MS-CAESO, a system overview document at the at the 2010 Certificate Windows Protocols Plugfest. This document describes the functional architecture of certificate autoenrollment.
Larry Talbot, presented an overview of the Certificate protocols and structures, including a question and answer session. Architecture of the protocols and structures were described:
Dean Wells, presented a discussion of MS-ADSO and MS-DISO, system overview documents. Suneel Parthasarathy and Matthew Rimer answered protocol interoperability questions. These Windows Protocol Documents describes the the client-server behavior of the Active Directory System. System architecture and use cases including domain join are covered.
Neil Martin, Test, presented a discussion of the branch cache protocol system overview document, (MS-CCRSO) for Windows 7 and Windows 2008. The MS-PCCRC, MS-PCCRR, MS-PCHC and MS-PCCRTP documents cover these protocols.
Mathew George, presented a discussion of Windows SMB2 client metadata caching behavior and answered questions.
Tom Talpey, presented a discussion of Windows torque convertor behaviors and answered questions. MS-FSA, MS-SMB and MS-SMB2 are included in the Windows Protocol Documents: