Merry Xmas, Everyone!
This is Cristy. I'm very glad to do this post in Christmas eve.
I reviewed the comments on Tony's Exchange blogs today. In the comments, Grimson said that it seems the list in this web site is not the full list for Exchange. Yes, our purpose is to share the articles for the problems that have bigger impacts. In Microsoft, once a problem is exposed, the PMs (program managers) will have some time to discuss how to resolve/work around the problem, we use the word "Triage" to explain this process. After PM triage, our product group will work on and release a hot-fix only for the high-impact problem. To introduce the hot-fix, we will publish a hot-fix KB articles. That's why our lists is not a automation checking that will generate a full list of the KB articles, there is a focus.
(I have discussed with Tony, he will post a blog to introduce Microsoft hot-fix in several days, let's wait a bit.)
Now, let's come to the hot-fix KB articles released last week. Since the Christmas holiday is comming, only two articles have been released for Windows Vista as below. Hope it can be helpful.
Best,Cristy MuI will be very glad to hear your voice :-)
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It would be amazing if you can also get whatever team handles the Office hotfixes to blog about them.
Office product team handles office hotfixes KB articles directly. I hope in the near feature, we can enlarge the product scope our team handles, therefore, you can see hotfixes for office then. :-)
Anyway, thank you for your suggestion.
I keep trying to fix my window explore stopping issue in Windows Vista. I have tried down loading the kb 943899 that you people at microsoft says to fix the problem. It does not even finish the down loading process when it tells me that it is not for my system. can you bright people please enlighten me then to what will correct this issue. firstname.lastname@example.org