Yes, there are mixed reviews of the SP2 update. For
My primary care doctor updated his desktop system
naively. He told me he has spent hundreds of bucks on
service calls to get his machine working again, and
it's still not back to normal.
Ironically, a good number of software applications
depend on the lax security that SP2 is trying to fix
This is all very interesting, but what does it have to
do with TenTec?
-73, Martin, AA6E
A happy Fedora Linux user
--- "Michael Melland, W9WIS" <email@example.com>
> Interestingly, the University of Wisconsin IT
> Department (I work at a UW)
> has sent out warnings to all users to turn off auto
> update on all system
> computers so SP2 doesn't try to install. Further,
> they advised against
> installing the update at all at this time due to
> numerous compatability
> issues and other "stuff" yet to be worked out.
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