Hi folks.

My current possition at Microsoft is as a Program Manager (PM) on the Security User Experience team in the Windows Security Access Control (WSAC) group.  I'm just posting this to mention a new set of Wiki pages at Channel9 that have been put in place.  WSAC is looking for customer feedback on the features in our areas of responsiblity, especially as implemented in Windows Vista and (eventually) Windows Server codenamed Longhorn.

The home page of the set is at the following URL:  http://channel9.msdn.com/wiki/default.aspx/Channel9.WinSecurityAccessControlFeedback

WSAC's areas of responsibility are as follows:

  • Auditing, Authentication, Authorization - AAA
    • Audit
    • Audit Collection Services - ACS
    • Code Integrity
    • Process Isolation
    • Secure Input
    • Software Restriction Policy
    • Windows Security Protocols
    • User Account Protection - UAP (a.k.a. Least-privileged User Account - LUA; or Non-Admin)
    • XrML Technologies
  • Credential Management - CredMan
    • Electronic ID
    • Public Key Infrastructure - PKI
  • Cryptography - Crypto
    • Cryptography
    • Cryptographic Services
  • Information Protection Platform - IPP
    • Encrypting File System - EFS
    • Rights Management Services - RMS
  • Security User Experience - SecUX
    • Accessibility
    • Interaction Design
    • Interface Design
    • Usability
    • User Assistance/Help

So, if you have something to share about any of these features, especially if it's in relation to Beta1 of Windows Vista, please visit the URL above and leave us your comments.  We can't wait to hear what you have to say, so do it today!