Good to hear, thanks.
"...I've focussed on the DestList attribute which, from reading through the various available information, appears to effectively contain an MRU list on a per-application basis."
Do you remember where you saw this? If so, can you share a link or reference?
I'd think that anytime user activity were in question, Jump Lists would be a resource of some kind.
Heh, I actually got that originally from your blog - where you refer to the DestList stream, and testing that has been performed to demonstrate this.
Some testing of my own has also corroborated the fact the DestList stream appears to act as an application-specific MRU/Recent Item list.
"Some testing of my own has also corroborated the fact the DestList stream appears to act as an application-specific MRU/Recent Item list."
Have you posted this anywhere? Could you provide a link? If not, can you share your testing and findings with us?
Sorry it's taken a while to respond to this - I'm afraid that the testing that I've performed has been in the process of investigating individual cases, and I've not had the opportunity to formally document or post the results anywhere. Essentially my testing involved using a known (test) installation of Windows 7, then accessing files via known applications - EnCase was then used to examine the test system, and extract the relevant Jump List file, which I then analysed using woanware's tool. A comparison of the contents of the DestList stream, with the files known to have been accessed, indicated that this appeared to be working as an application-specific MRU/Recent Item list