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    Describes that when you install Visual J# .NET to the same folder where Visual Studio .NET is installed, then the installation overwrites the Readme.htm and Redist.txt files. To resolve the bug, install Visual J# .NET to another folder.
    Corrects documentation errors in the Adminreadme.htm file on the Visual Studio .NET 2003 CD-ROM. The file contains a missing link and two incorrect commands.
    How can I import a standard or custom eExpense report saved in HTM format into Excel?
    Describes any additions to the sp2Readme_EN.htm file for Reporting Services Service Pack 2.
    The Relnotes.htm file that is included with the Professional Developers Conference (PDC) version of Windows Server 2008 Preview Release includes a link to Microsoft Knowledge Base article 827662. The Relnotes.htm file states that this article contains...
    Microsoft Internet Information Server (IIS) defines a default publication document in the IIS Server Manager under the Directories tab. This document is defined as Default.htm on an initial installation of IIS. This default publication document is...
    Describes an issue where you receive an error message when you start Microsoft Project. Includes suggested methods to work around this issue.
    Discusses a hotfix that allows you to block malicious scripts from being opened in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0.
    Fixes a problem that occurs if the computer uses the NTFS file system and is running Windows XP with Service Pack 2 or Windows XP with Service Pack 1 and hotfix 839645 (Microsoft security bulletin MS04-024).

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