Microsoft has released service pack 3 for Office 2007 on October 25th. This service pack contains all the Cumulative Updates and Public Updates for Office 2007 that have shipped since SP2 for both the Office client suites and applications, and the SharePoint server applications. The Project Server updates are included along with the SharePoint updates in the Office Servers SP3 updates. SP3 also contains additional new fixes which are described here. For a list of changes for each product, please refer to their individual KBs. The KB Articles referenced below will be updated throughout the day to include the live links to the published articles. Continue reading “Office 2007 and SharePoint 2007 Service Pack 3 Availability”
Performance decreases in Windows Server 2008 R2 when the Hyper-V role is installed on a computer that uses Intel Westmere or Sandy Bridge processors. Continue reading “Performance decreases in W2K8 R2 with Hyper-V role installed and certain Intel processors”
Every day Microsoft is releasing knowledge base articles and hotfixes to explain, fix and improve the possible bugs present in their products. This post gives you an overview of all released knowledge base articles and hotfixes for the month(s): MAY & JUNE 2011.
Here’s an overview of the new patches released this month by Microsoft.
Have fun reading it and good luck installing it on your enviroment. Continue reading “Overview security patches June 2011”
The latest Hyper-V service packs, updates, and hotfixes for Windows Server 2008 R2 are listed here in chronological order.
Last Updated: April 27, 2011
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Updates that are available on Windows Update are indicated, as well as the download location for those that are available at the Microsoft Download Center. These updates and hotfixes can help avoid some known issues and may save you a support call.
Continue reading “Hyper-V: Update List for Windows Server 2008 R2”
Microsoft announces today that they will release a critical patch for the “zero-day” leak. This leak has caused serveral attacks to huge company’s such as Google, Northropp Grumman etc. This patch will be released outside of the usual patch tuesday window.
When the patch is released is still not available. When the patch is release we will post a link to this patch.
In the meantime you can take action by scanning your server of computer by using this patch.
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