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NTFS5
New Technology File System 5 - new file system that came out after the NTFS of Windows NT 4 OS
EFS
Encrypting File System
MMC
Microsoft Management Console
GUI
Graphical User Interface
HPFS
High Performance File System
CDFS
CD-ROM File System
HCL
Hardware Compatibility List
ERD
Emergency Repair Disk
ASR
Automated System Recovery
PIF
Program Information File
WHQL
Windows Hardware Quality Labs
PPD
Parallel Presence Detect - use resistors to communicate the type of memory present.
SPD
Serial Presence Detect - stores information about the memory type in EPROM.
TSR
Terminate Stay Resident
APIPA
Automatic Private IP Addressing - not available in Windows 95 or NT4.
NetBEUI
NetBIOS Extended User Interface
UNC
Universal Naming Convention
DSL
Digital Line Subscriber
SMTP
Simple Mail Transfer Protocol
POP3
Post Office Protocol 3
IMAP
Internet Message Access Protocol
IPX / SPX
Internet Packet Exchange / Sequence Packet Exchange
ICS
Internet Connection Sharing
ICF
Internet Connection Firewall
NNTP
Network News Transfer Protocol
BRI
Basic Rate Interface - the first version of ISDN Internet access which has speed limited to 128 Kbps.
PRI
Primary Rate Interface - the second version of ISDN Internet access which is capable of providing speed at 1.544 Mbps.
WFP
Windows File Protection - prevents the replacement of protected system files such as .sys, .dll, .ocx, .ttf, .fon, and .exe files. Windows File Protection runs in the background and protects all files installed by the Windows Setup program. (Default feature since Windows 2000.)
LSA
Local Security Authority
SAT
Security Access Token
SID
Security ID
ACL
Access Control List
HAL
Hardware Abstraction Layer - HAL.dll contains device-level code that allows programs for the OS to be utilized without the overhead of APIs.
SAM
Security Accounts Manager
PDC
Primary Domain Controller
BDC
Backup Domain Controller
ACPI
Advanced Configuration and Power Interface
EDRA
Encrypted Data Recovery Agent
TFTP
Trivial File Transfer Protocol
UDP
User Datagram Protocol
S/FTP
Secure / File Transfer Protocol
VPN
Virtual Private Network
SMP
Symmetric Multiprocessors
IPSec
IP Security
UDF
Uniqueness Database File
SCM
Services Control Manager
LSA
Local Security Authority (Lsass.exe)
WIA
Windows Imaging Architecture - for imaging devices like scanners digital cameras (replacement for TWAIN)
WDM
Windows Driver Model
SMB
Server Message Block - peer-to-peer protocol used for printer and file sharing.
TTL
Time-To-Live - refers to the time a packet will route around the Internet before it's discarded.
FCBS
File Control Blocks (Config.sys)
IFS
Installable File System (Config.sys)
RPC
Remote Procedure Call
IMAP4
Internet Message Access Protocol 4 - similiar to POP3, except IMAP has more features.
TFTP
Trivial File Transfer Protocol
SNMP
Simple Network Management Protocol - enables administrators to remotely administer devices on a TCP/IP network.