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[Today's post comes to us courtesy of Chris Puckett]
The differences between the 948496 update and the 936594 update are:
Both updates disable the RSS and TCPA features of the Scalable Networking Pack in the registry.
Q: Do I need to install both 936594 and 948496 on my SBS 2003 server? A: It is not necessary to install both updates. 948496 is sufficient. If you already have 936594 installed, it is okay to install 948496.
Q: Do I have to uninstall 936594 before installing 948496? A: No.
Q: I am still experiencing the symptoms described in KB 948496 after installing the update. What should I do next? A: If you still have any of the symptoms mentioned in KB 948496 after installing that update and rebooting the server, try the following:
Q: Now that 948496 is out, what will happen to 936594? A: The 936594 update will be removed from Microsoft Update as the 948496 update is more robust. The 936594 KB article will remain, but will be updated to recommend obtaining the 948496 update.
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In the partner SBSC newsgroup, one of the guys asked if it was normal for a SBS server to be rebooted
KB 948496 is causing a number of problems with customers machines.
They are Server 2003 SBS with XP Pro clients on peer to peer networks.
In a number of cases it makes the whole system run very slowly.
The other problem is that files are being closed on the server while they are being accessed from the client.
Uninstalling KB 948496 fixes the problems!