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From: InCisT at (InCisT)
Subject: Interesting side effect of the new IE patch

Daniele Muscetta wrote:
> They are just RUSHING to close as may bugs as possible.... and as always
> happens when fixing things afterwards intead of designing them in from the
> beginning, things either break, or settings that get closed have to be
> re-opened again.
> Another issue I personally encountered some days ago was an application
> which all of a sudden stopped working after having applied SP4 (on a
> windows 2000 server), because of the NEW user rights they introduced:

Last I heard sp4 was NOT new.  And this is typical of all software 
companies not just MS. If something needs to be fixed ASAP and you cant 
figure it out, disable it and work on it (email merge in Open Office, 
some ACPI functions on 2.4.23, ect.) Its not just MS and im not a MS 
lover by any means, but try and be reasonable and fair instead of just 
company bashing.


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