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    Yea, good point, I should have known better. :hammer:
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    Ok here's M$'s page on bug fixes, http://support.microsoft.com/default...;en-us;Q320853 ;)
    But not the full picture though. :(

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    Well I found this that may interest some of you while I was looking unsucessfully for that huge list of bug fixes, Windows 2000 CD SlipStream Guide, which allows you (network admins) to burn a Windows 2000 CD with all service packs included. ;)

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    Thats not exactly new, its been possible since win2ksp1.

    The list of bug fixes still exists @ the MS site, but they categorised it. I hardly think anyone would want to sift through 14+ pages of fixes when one can just click on a category sub-heading and see what was fixed/added.

    These may intrest some network admins as well:
    Win2k SP3 Support Tools
    Win2k SP3 Deployment Tools

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    i hear the sp3s have some bsods so watch out

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    When havn't some ppl had BSOD's with a service pack? :rolleyes2

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    shrugs...too bad ms makes funny spacks

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    yeah they gave me a little update that you can't get rid of has anybody had this yet, the update is for microcrap and is in the system tray
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    Quote Originally Posted by HackofDestruct
    yeah they gave me a little update that you can't get rid of has anybody had this yet, the update is for microcrap and is in the system tray
    yer talking about autoupdate, and you get rid of it the same way as you do on winMe and XP

    "control panel works wonders" is all the hint you need ;)
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    There was an article on it @ www.theregus.com talking about how when you agree to the EULA on SP3 and WinXP SP1 you are giving them root access to your box so they can upgrade you anytime they want.

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