| By Susan Bradley |
Let’s review one more time the issues we’ve seen with Microsoft’s July 10 .NET patches
Hopefully, this will give you a bit more guidance to help you get your systems patched.
Here we go with .NET one more time
I’m revisiting the .NET patches in my column this week because these patches are the ones people are having the greatest number of issues with. I previously wrote about the .NET patch problems in my July 12 and July 19 columns.
There are two tools that may be of help, as well. The first removes the old .NET 1.1, while the second uninstalls .NET 2.0. Either step might be necessary in order to recover and start over. Aaron Stebner’s blog is the source for both the .NET 1.1 tool and the .NET 2.0 tool.
Exchange message filter infrequently updated
Back in January, the WSUS team announced on its blog that the long-awaited Intelligent Message Filtering updates for Exchange 2003 were being placed on hiatus for a month.