Updates: LiveKd v4.0, AccessChk v5.0, LogonSessions v1.2 and serveral PsTools and a new Mark's Blog Post - The Case of the Printing Failure

Mark’s Blog: The Case of the Printing Failure - Mark’s most recent post in the Case of the Unexplained series describes the troubleshooting steps, which include use of Procdump and Process Monitor, an administrator went through when printing failed on one of the systems in their network.

AccessChk v5.0: A command-line tool for viewing the effective permissions on files, registry keys, services, processes, kernel objects, and more, adds a new option to dump un-interpreted access control lists, an option to ignore inherited ACEs, distinguishes between file and directory permissions, and includes several bug fixes.

PsTools Updates: These PsTools utilities have been updated to fix several bugs, including one that sometimes prevented them from performing remote registry access - PsExec, PsGetSid, PsInfo, PsList, PsLoggedOn, PsLogList, and PsService.

LogonSessions v1.2: LogonSessions is updated to work on 64-bit Windows for x64.

LiveKd v4.0: This major update to LiveKd, a utility that enables a local read-only kernel debugging of an on-line system, supports > 64 processors, includes numerous reliability enhancements, and new switch, -o, that generates a live kernel dump without having to launch a kernel debugger (thanks to Ken Johnson).