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From: Mark.Neis at (Neis, Mark)
Subject: AW: RE: Probable new MS DCOM RPC worm for Windo

Ferris, Robin wrote:

>would it have been possable to actually replace these files manually and
>PC therefore be "patched" so to speak?

I'm not sure if that works - at least the hotfix package seems to make some
to the registry as well. Can't tell you which ones, though.

Anyway, you have to find a way to circumvent the "file in use" problem,
e.g. by first copying the files to dllcache dir, then booting to a repair
console from an installation CD or similar and copy them to system32.


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