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    Describes an issue that occurs because the schema version of the domain does not match the schema version that the tool expects. To work around this issue, To work around this issue, use the /ignoreschema parameter with the Dcgpofix.exe tool.
    Describes a problem that may occur when a .NET Framework 2.0-based application calls the HttpListenerRequest.GetClientCertificate method, and it does not retrieve the client certificate. Includes a hotfix to resolve the problem.
    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.
    Describes an issue that occurs when you install the schema extensions in Microsoft CLM. You can run a script that lets the schema extensions be stored correctly.
    Describes a scenario in which no site usage data is displayed on the Site Usage Report page after you enable usage analysis processing. Instead, you receive an "A usage report is not available for this site" message.
    Describes an issue that occurs because the Windows Vista version of the DFS Replication service differs from the Windows Server 2003 R2 version.
    Describes a behavior that occurs because the 2007 Office system or Office 2003 is not installed on the client computer. Provides a resolution.
    Describes an issue that occurs if a site collection does not exist at the root of the Web application. Provides a resolution.
    Describes how to use the "rendom /end" switch to finish a domain-rename operation so that the "dcpromo.exe" command can run. If the member server is running Windows Server 2003 R2, you must run the Adprep.exe command on the PDC.
    Describes behavior that may occur after you configure schedules on individual NTDS Connection objects in Windows Server 2003. Describes a workaround for this behavior.

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