Windows XP SP3 to include some Vista features RRS feed

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  • According to NeoSmart Technologies, Windows XP SP3 build 3205, which was released to beta testers on Sunday, includes four new features among the 1,000-plus individual hot fixes and patches that have been issued since XP2's debut three years ago.

    Features backported from Vista, said NeoSmart, include Network Access Protection (NAP), an enterprise policy enforcement technology that inspects client PCs before they access a corporate network, then updates the machines if necessary or blocks them if they don't meet specified security criteria.

    Other additions range from a kernel module containing several encryption algorithms that can be accessed by third-party developers, to a new Windows activation model that doesn't require users to enter a product key.
    Friday, November 23, 2007 9:11 PM

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  • well its good for XP user, they will have vista security in XP interface, Vista has been so popular, so working something of XP SP3 would be a good choice....
    Friday, November 23, 2007 9:17 PM