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Microsoft removes Exchange 2013 patch after users report problems

Microsoft has pulled one of the eight patches it released on Tuesday as part of its monthly security update after customers reported installation issues.
 
The MS13-061 fix, which addresses three publicly disclosed vulnerabilities in Exchange Server, was scrapped after Microsoft became aware that installing it caused problems specific to the 2013 environment. Neither Exchange 2007 or 2010 were affected.
 
"The content index for mailbox databases shows as 'failed' and the Microsoft Exchange Search Host Controller service is renamed," Ross Smith, Microsoft's principal program manager of the Exchange Server group said in a blog post

http://www.itnews.com.au/News/353695,microsoft-removes-exchange-2013-patch-after-users-report-problems.aspx?eid=3&edate=20130816&utm_source=20130816_PM&utm_medium=newsletter&utm_campaign=daily_newsletter
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Guess what is wrong with this wireless card.  Customers DIY repairs.
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We also Build custom PC's, from cheap and affordable Desktop Computers to gaming behemoths, AutoCAD machines and everything in-between.
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Just a reminder to stay safe when online - Make sure to keep your antivirus program updated, and never click on any links or attachments from Email senders you don't recognise.
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Onsite or Workshop repairs. – A lot of computer business will say “why unplug you computer and drag it all the way to a computer store”. It’s because it is cheaper. Many times we have gone out to customer address only to fine that it is an easy fix. This means it would have been half price. At 4ward Computers, we do both. We have that option of workshop repairs or onsite.
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Weather has been quite bad and computers do not like humidity. If your computer suddenly stops booting, it could be your ram. Pull the power from your computer, re-seat your ram and try again.

Good Computing.
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