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Stephen IbarakiIndustry AnalystFCIPS, I.S.P., ITCP/IP3P, DFNPA, CNP, FGITCA, MVP
Was there anyone that enjoyed the early time change this past March from standard to daylight savings time? While some IT departments got through it unscathed, others ended up with issues especially if the proper patching wasn't applied. I don't think anyone enjoyed having to plan for it and update all their server and client machines. The Bad News...the November 4 "fall back" date is coming up soon. The Good News...if you were diligent in your patching the first time around, there should be little to nothing for you to do.
The Microsoft site will be updated with any new information regularly, so that's a good place to start if you have any concerns. There you will find a full list of products affected and what updates are available. Below are a list of key dates for this fall as well as a list of resource links.
I was catching up on my RSS reading and noticed a post by my fellow IT Pro Advisor, Ruth Morton , on