Last week, 8 Windows Legacy products related hot-fix KB articles were released, including 7 for SMS, 1 for Windows XP. Below are the details:
System Management Server - 7 KB articles:
· 956240 The SQL server process may consume high CPU usage on the System Center Operations Manager 2007 database server when you make System Center Operations Manager 2007 configuration changes
· 955388 Error message occurs when you use SCCM 2007 Service Pack 1 configuration manager console to check software distribution point settings on a System Center Configuration Manager 2007 RTM site or a Systems Management Server 2003 site
· 955355 A long distinguished name (DN) that is longer than 100 characters and discovered from Active Directory for an AMT host causes the SMS_EXECUTIVE service to crash in System Center Configuration Manager 2007
· 955126 The SMS_Executive service (Smsexec.exe) process in System Center Configuration Manager 2007 may unexpectedly crash with Intel Active Management Technology (Intel AMT) related software installed
· 954347 You cannot delete the package from a distribution point of a child primary site from a central site in Systems Management Server 2003 after you install the hotfix in KB 936465
· 954903 The Monitoringhost.exe process may not work efficiently and consumes all CPU usage in System Center Operations Manager 2007 Service Pack 1 when a large amounts of performance data is being created through a managed data source module and lots of workflows
· 951840 Validation of Windows Mobile device certificates and authentication of Mobile Device Manager Device Management Server may fail on System Center Mobile device manager 2008
Windows XP - 1 KB article:
· 951163 getKB -Black screen after using MSTSC.EXE from RDP6 when trying to connect to same Windows XP machine
How does SMS/SCOM fall under "Windows Legacy Products"?
If these KB articles were "released" last week, why does every link produce "The Knowledge Base (KB) Article You Requested Is Currently Not Available"?
The item "Windows Legacy Products" is relative to Windows 6.0.
At very beginning, we categorize the Windows products by cluste: Windows Client (Desktop) and Windows Server. Therefore, SMS/SCOM/MOM will be merged to Windows Server.
However, when it comes to Windows Vista or Windwows Server 2008, both products share the same source code. So, the fixes for Vista can also be applied to Server 2008. Therefore, it's not very suitable to follow original category. And then, we category the Windows Products as Windows Legacy products (normal Windows 5.x) and Windows 6.0. In this case, the SMS/SCOM/MOM will fall to the products which they rely on...
For "the KB link is not avalible" issue, I have to say sorry. There may be some issue that block the link going live. I have contact related team and we will try our best to make it timely and correctly.
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