Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Microsoft's DNS Fix Leads to More Problems

Jabulani Leffall writes on Enterprise Systems:

The blogosphere is awash with talk about the possible overall weakness of the Domain Name System (DNS) architecture. For its part, Microsoft's released a DNS fix in its patch slate for July, but Redmond seems to have problems just getting it to end users. Moreover, some users of the DNS fix have experienced additional difficulties.

So far, since Microsoft's DNS fix was issued on July 10, there have been two separate problems associated with its installation.

The software giant disclosed last week, in a technical posting on its SBS services blog, that some users experienced interruptions in the Exchange Server services component of application stacks sitting on various Windows operating systems.

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