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    Describes in detail how to change the binding order of network adapters in Windows XP and in Windows 2000.
    Explains how to use the Appcmd.exe command-line tool in Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0 to enable and configure HTTP logging and other features. You cannot use the IIS 7.0 Manager to configure some features.
    Describes an issue in which users do not receive e-mail notifications if content in a migrated list or in a migrated document library changes after you perform a database migration to upgrade to Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. Provides a workaround.
    Explains that there may be unintended side effects when the CertControlStore function monitors the personal store.
    Describes the behavior where IBM Tivoli client put your computer on standby or hibernate to save power, and you pull the network cable at the same time, the system time freezes until the computer is reactivated. Provides a workaround.
    Describes scenarios where you have to force an upgrade when you upgrade Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 and Windows SharePoint Services 3.0. Resolution provided.
    Describes how to preserve Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 content when you upgrade Windows Server 2008 RC0 to Windows Server 2008 RC1.
    Corrects documentation errors in the Deploy.chm file for the default settings of some of the components of IIS 6.0 and Windows.
    Describes the best practices for managing trusted certificate authorities in Windows Server 2003.
    Describes a problem that occurs because WINS uses the primary IP address of the computer to locate the alias record. To work around this problem, manually remove the record from WINS.

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