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    The following information appears in the Database Access Component Issues topic that is included on the Readme.htm that comes with Microsoft Internet Information Server 3.0. For performance and reliability reasons, we strongly recommend the use of...
    When you right-click a file with an .htm file name extension in Windows Explorer and then click Print , nothing may happen. The print job may not be sent to the print spooler, and the file may not be printed. This issue can occur if you have...
    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.
    Fixes an issue in which the files in _files folder that is associated with an .htm file are not replaced during a copy or move operation. This issue occurs if you use Windows Explorer to perform the operation on a computer that is running...
    Discusses documentation errors in the "Help resources" topic of the Helpresources.htm file that is included in the original release version of SharePoint Portal Server 2003. Includes the correct information for the topic.
    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...
    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.
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    How to Use These Notes These release notes contain important information that was not available when the product documentation for Windows XP was written. Unless stated otherwise, all information included here applies to Windows XP Home Edition, Windows...
    Discusses a hotfix that allows you to block malicious scripts from being opened in Microsoft Dynamics CRM 4.0.

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