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Windows Vista SP2


January 21, 2009  6:11 PM

Playing with the Vista SP2 Beta



Posted by: Ed Tittel
Enterprise desktop, Enterprise Vista, Windows Vista SP2, Windows Vista SP2 schedule

Over the past week or two, I've been messing around with the Windows Vista SP2 beta. For a release with beta status, it's amazingly stable, and some of the new functionality is welcome (burning Blu-ray media works as advertised, and indeed wireless connectivity is a bit easier and more...

December 17, 2008  9:11 PM

Essential out-of-cycle IE security update now available



Posted by: Ed Tittel
CVE-2008-4844, MS08-078, Security, vulnerability scanner, Windows Update, Windows Vista, Windows Vista SP1, Windows Vista SP2

When Secunia calls a Windows security update "extremely critical" you know a serious vulnerability is being patched. The Windows security community has been abuzz since last week when a number of remote code execution vulnerabilities originally thought limited only to IE 7 turned out to affect...


December 5, 2008  6:55 PM

A Somewhat Hidden Secunia Benefit



Posted by: Ed Tittel
Desktops, Enterprise desktop, Secunia, Secunia Network Inspector (NSI), vulnerability scanner, Windows Update, Windows Vista, Windows Vista SP1, Windows Vista SP2, Windows Vista troubleshooting

Last week I blogged about Danish information security firm Secunia's outstanding Network Software Inspector. In that capsule summary I neglected to mention that Secunia sends out e-mail...


December 3, 2008  5:47 PM

Windows Vista SP2 Beta Publicly Available 12/4/08



Posted by: Ed Tittel
Desktops, Enterprise desktop, Vista application compatibility, Windows Update, Windows Vista, Windows Vista SP2, Windows Vista troubleshooting

I guess those guys at TechARP really must have some good sources: less than one week after they shared leaked information about release dates and content for Windows Vista SP2, Microsoft has announced its Customer Preview Program...

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December 1, 2008  5:43 PM

Rough Dates Leaked for Vista SP2



Posted by: Ed Tittel
Desktops, Enterprise desktop, Vista upgrade, Windows Update, Windows Vista, Windows Vista SP1, Windows Vista SP2, Windows Vista troubleshooting

Adrian Wong's TechARP Web site (here ARP stands for "Adrian's Rojak Pot" not "Address Resolution Protocol" BTW) has been a reliable source of advance information about upcoming Windows Service packs for some time now. Just before Thanksgiving he disclosed some...


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