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myITforum Daily Newsletter; June 2, 2006

myITforum Daily Newsletter
Daily Newsletter
June 2, 2006

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In this issue, you'll read:
Community Notes
myITforum Sponsorship
Today's Articles
Today in the Forums
Today's Download
Today's Web blog Post
Today's Industry News
Today's Job Postings - 75 Positions to Fill!
Today's Fun Link

Community Notes

The SBS Community Survey

Originally posted here in the SBS forum: http://www.myitforum.com/forums/tm.asp?m=134144

The Small Business Server Product Team would like to hear from the SBS User Community. This direct anonymous survey of the SBS User Community is brought to you by the SBS Product Team.

Read more:

http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2006/05/19/429285.aspx

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myITforum Sponsorship


Read about our sponsors:
http://www.myitforum.com/sponsors.asp


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Today's Articles

SMS 2003

Ports Used By SMS 2003
by Don Hite - 6/2/2006
Here you will find ports used by SMS as well as Microsoft SQL Server, Active Directory Discovery and Microsoft Windows NT .

*UPDATED* SMS 2003 Distribution Point Package Utility
by Cory Becht - 6/1/2006
This utility will list all of your distribution points and allow you to add or remove packages to them.

Patch Management

Windows Server Update Services with Service Pack 1 -WSUS SP1- Released
by Rod Trent - 6/2/2006
Windows Server Update Services with Service Pack 1 (WSUS SP1) delivers updates for WSUS.

Windows

The SBS Community Survey
by Rod Trent - 6/2/2006
The Small Business Server Product Team would like to hear from the SBS User Community. This direct anonymous survey of the SBS User Community is brought to you by the SBS Product Team.

Web Technologies

CA's Feed Reader: Qurb
by Rod Trent - 6/2/2006
Not bad, not bad at all. The Qurb Feed Reader is pretty cool so far. There aren’t a lot of options to mess with, but it just seems to work anyway. As much as I hate to admit that a CA product works, I have to be honest. This works pretty well — as well as intraVnews did.

Miscellaneous

Adobe (the debbil) giving MS grief
by Rod Trent - 6/2/2006
Brian Jones indicates that Adobe is a little upset that Microsoft *was* going to add PDF support in Office 2007.


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Today in the Forums

SMS 2003
Problem after Windows 2003 SP1

MOM
Issue with the MOM Agent Heartbeating on Citrix Servers

SMS Feature Packs
OSD Local Admin Password

SMS 2.0
Computer not appearing in SMS

VB Script
Setting the system path

Windows Installer - MSI
Using an msi wrapper program with an executable

Breaking Virus & Security News
Firefox 1.5.0.4 and Thunderbird 1.5.04 Released

Windows Server
Upgrading to Windows 2003 over Remote Desktop?

SBS
The SBS Community Survey


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Today's Download

No download today

If you have scripts, programs, or documents that you have created that you would like to share with your community, upload them today:

http://www.myitforum.com/downloads/upload.asp

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Today's Web blog Post

Adobe (the debbil) giving MS grief
Brian Jones indicates that Adobe is a little upset that Microsoft *was* going to add PDF support in Office 2007. It looks like Adobe is trying to put themselves ahead of the customer.

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Today's Industry News

Where in the world am I? Your phone might know (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Since the late '90s, location-based service has been linked to a host of intriguing, yet somehow not-quite-ready-for prime time, mobile scenarios involving local search and advertising,...

Microsoft Booed Over Backwards Compatibility
Having numerous advantages over other consoles, one of the most important being the backwards compatibility, Xbox 360 has all the cards to become the most popular gaming platform in the world. But sin...

Microsoft expects Adobe to file antitrust suit: WSJ
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp. said it expected Adobe Systems Inc. to file an antitrust suit in Europe after talks to use Adobe's technology broke down this week, according to the Wall Street Jo...

FCC Mulls Taxing VOIP Calls - PC Magazine
ZDNetFCC Mulls Taxing VOIP CallsPC Magazine - 5 hours agoBusinesses that moved to voice over IP calling services to lower their phone bills could see a portion of their savings disappear if the m...

Opera: Faster surfing on Windows Mobile - Playfuls.com
Playfuls.comOpera: Faster surfing on Windows MobilePlayfuls.com - May 31, 2006Opera released Opera Mobile 8.6 for Windows Mobile, which takes full advantage of the larger screen and higher resolu...

AOL seeks buyer for UK unit - paper (Reuters)
Reuters - Time Warner Inc.'s AOL has put its British Internet unit up for sale, The Guardian said on Friday.

DVD buzz: Embrace change (Reuters)
Reuters - The reports of DVD's death are exaggerated, but the business is entering a period of transition as two high-definition formats hit the market and digital downloading makes strides.

Live Anywhere Adds Platform (PC World)
PC World - Microsoft endorses Brew technology for gameon mobile phones and other handheld devices.

Microsoft, Adobe to Face Off in Court? - CIO
Microsoft, Adobe to Face Off in Court?CIO - 1 hour agoMicrosoft and Adobe Systems may soon face off in European court over Microsoft’s use of the Adobe-developed Portable Document Format (PDF), w...

Edward C. Baig: Personal Tech - Speakerphones get portable, personal (USATODAY.com)
USATODAY.com - Two leading makers of business-grade speakerphones are applying the technology to portable USB personal speakerphones, targeted at laptop users who make calls over the Internet. If you'...

Flaw Found in Windows XP, Server 2003 (PC World)
PC World - Security hold could lead to denial-of-service attacks on certain applications.

Phishing Scam Takes Aim at MySpace.com (PC World)
PC World - Social networking site is increasingly a target for identity thieves.

HP Hit With Funlove Virus Again (PC World)
PC World - Company inadvertently distributed a virus with a printer driver, security vendor says.

Car theft exposes Hotels.com data
Laptop inside car of Ernst & Young employee reopens the issue of compromised clients and customers.

Microsoft Flaw Affects Windows XP, Windows Server 2003 - CIO
ComputerworldMicrosoft Flaw Affects Windows XP, Windows Server 2003CIO - 5 hours agoA new flaw found in Microsoft’s software could be exploited to cause a denial-of-service attack on certain appl...

Sophos cracks ransomware Trojan code - VNUNet.com
Sophos cracks ransomware Trojan codeVNUNet.com - Jun 1, 2006Antivirus firm Sophos has cracked the password needed to unlock files held to ransom by the Archiveus ransomware. A nurse in Greater Ma...

YouTube upgrade turns one-hit wonders into stars (Reuters)
Reuters - YouTube unveiled a major upgrade of its Web site on Friday that will transform how millions of YouTube fans find videos by encouraging them to subscribe to channels that focus on the late...


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Today's Job Postings - 75 Positions to Fill!

There are quite a few job openings at Microsoft posted to the site. You can peruse the listings at the following link, in the Jobs category:

http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/myitforum/archive/category/123.aspx

Microsoft has 75 positions to fill quickly. Peruse through the list above and apply today! In addition, the following Microsoft jobs were added before the weekend:



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Today's Fun Link

Made with Legos


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