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Is this an XP SP2 DEP problem? You also stated your login times are ok after hours, > which further proves you face a load issue. > > That issue can be: > > 1. Manav says: January 2, 2006 at 21:59 ifaik: I have a question, what do you mean by the comment? // 77 is a wildcard and matches any byte const BYTE WILD Anyways, the partitions ops that was being forced > were just partition synchronization ops. weblink

Is it possible that you could provide me the source to the InnoSetup installer you made? I'd like to know what programs are crippled by the fix, please tell me. Its gotta be something with eDir, as you mentioned before, as its affecting the whole district...not just one location or one server. Uninstalled the hexblog.

Most of the other ones > are windows servers that run apps. I would like to keep this thread going, though, in case anybody has any more insight on anything to try. I had a couple of ideas. Charles says: January 1, 2006 at 19:20 Hi, what about Windows 9x?

Lim. In our initial deployment tests earlier this month - we ran across this issue on one PC (XP). I would like to put it in the logon script, have it silently install and force the machine reboot afterwards. I dont think the PC could be rebuilt at this stage as it is the MD's machine RE: Win95 Netware login error TheLad (TechnicalUser) 9 Sep 02 12:44 The login scripts

At the top should be "DIB Writer Info". Doesn't happen w/ other Pest detectors and other Windows combos as far as I can see. It should be freely deletable after the reboot There are some text files in %programfiles%WindowsMetafileFix, if you want, you can delete them too. Just do not forget to uninstall the hotfix because you will need it anymore.

Extemporaneous Mumblings says: January 1, 2006 at 00:04 WMF Exploit Firsthand Extemporaneous Mumblings says: January 1, 2006 at 00:04 WMF Exploit Firsthand ilfak says: January 1, 2006 at 00:18 Update: Windows2000 Under Verb/Process Statistics it jumps around with Finish Login, Statistics, BK_SKULKER and BK_UPDATESEVEXTREF. As about 98SE, sorry, it is out of my reach… ilfak says: December 31, 2005 at 17:44 VS: thanks for the msi package! Im sorry if Im leaving things out.

The checker still tells me the PC is vulnurable. I would install it on a few servers but they can not be restarted untill "patch tuesday…" Also, saw the new v1.3 added support for "Win2K SP4" but I installed v1.1 Harry Hirsch says: January 1, 2006 at 22:37 Was macht dieser Patch eigentlich GENAU ?? A vulnerability (a feature not a bug) in WMF files allows code to be embedded and executed upon viewing the file.

Also, on the slow logins the NAL window takes a very long time > (5-15 minutes) to load and show the icons. > > I have this posted in the the have a peek at these guys I have warned our help desk and support teams. DisclaimerThis Support Knowledgebase provides a valuable tool for NetIQ/Novell/SUSE customers and parties interested in our products and solutions to acquire information, ideas and learn from one another. Make sure the SuSE firewall is disabled on it, and that its lan driver is set to autonegotiate (I assume it has a 1gb NIC?), not hard set to 100FD or

As such, SANS and F-Secur… VS says: December 31, 2005 at 14:16 I just made an MSI file that does the things listed above. TimT says: December 31, 2005 at 19:32 Thank you, one and all, for sharing your knowledge and efforts on this issue. LOGIN-LGNWNT32.DLL-740: This utility could not execute external program [...]Changes:After the installation, or an update, of the TrendMicro OfficeScan Corporate Edition (OSCE) 7.3 client for Windows, the workstations starts to experience intermittent check over here If it is, please tell us know.

All I have seen is the very familiar shimgvw.dll disable. Not going to try and find injected WMF's though 😉 Thanks! Jud Hendrix says: January 1, 2006 at 12:15 Installed it on Win x64 without problems.

if so what about hexediting gdi32.dll and changing the callname SETABORT to something else?

Microsoft has not yet released a fix, which leaves you all out to dry. wmfsucks says: January 1, 2006 at 06:26 thank you Steve. I am running: Windows 2000Pro Ver. 5.00.2195 SP4 Intel Motherboard D845GVSR Pentium4 2.26 Ghz RAM 1G Residents: AV: BitDefender 9-defs Up to date(it did NOT detected the vulnerability checker as other Document ID: 10022465 Solution ID: 1.0.41437024.2431613 Creation Date: 30Nov1999 Modified Date: 19Oct2002 Novell Product Class:End of LifeNetWareNovell eDirectory disclaimer The Origin of this information may be internal or external to Novell.

An additional reboot has fixed the issue on several workstations, but on a couple of users that didn't work. Even if they work, they are just band-aids, but might reduce the attack surface: 1. On a system doing nothing else this should take about eight > lines > of AUTH-tagged data plus quite a few more of NMAS. this content Essentially it means that Ilfak's "patch" is automatically loaded into a program's memory space whenever a program like Windows Explorer or Internet Explorer is loaded by the operating system and starts

This patch prevents ANY of these from being run. Dem Anschein nach nutzen diesen Exploit nun schon tausende Websites aus und es ist wirkli… ilfak says: December 31, 2005 at 13:31 Ok, I'll see how to prepare an MSI package Set Check local references and Rebuild operational schema to YES, all other options set to NO. 3. BinaryReality says: January 2, 2006 at 04:35 It was ad-watch that caused the uninstall issue for me.

If there are no obits, Run DSRepair |Advanced Options| Check Volume Objects and Trustees.Note: This will repair the problem and recreate the volume objects.Note: Users home directory pointers will be lost A great and highly commendable job.