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    Describes a scenario in which users intermittently receive an error message when they try to save an item to a list or respond to a survey in a Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Web site.
    Describes a problem where creating or deleting lots of subdirectories in an auto apply quota directory in Windows Server 2003 R2 takes longer than usual. A workaround for this problem is provided.
    Discusses how you can customize the Favorite Links list by changing the Windows Shortcut files in the Links folder. The Favorite Links list resembles the places bar in Windows XP, but cannot be customized using Group Policy policies.
    Describes an issue that occurs because Windows Server 2003 has a more restrictive default configuration than Windows 2000. Provides a resolution.
    Describes how to set up an iFilter for OneNote 2003 in Windows SharePoint Services. The iFilter permits you to search for OneNote 2003 documents on your Windows SharePoint Services Web site.
    This article describes how Connectix Virtual PC for Windows uses split disk images.
    This article discusses what new XML features are only available with certain versions of Microsoft Office Excel 2003.
    If you add an Active Server Pages (ASP) page to a document library in Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 and in Windows SharePoint Services 3.0, you may make sensitive information available to all users who have access to the document library.
    Describes how you receive an error message when Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 does not extend a virtual server. To resolve this issue, you can specify a different Active Directory domain in a new configuration database.
    When you remove Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services from a front-end Web server, the databases that are used by Windows SharePoint Services are not removed from the remote back-end server that is running Microsoft SQL Server.

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