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Not sure why Microsoft took time to acknowledge this?
"Microsoft has issued a security advisory to acknowledge a crippling denial-of-service flaw affecting its newest operating systems — Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
In the absence of a patch, Microsoft recommends that affected users block TCP ports 139 and 445 at the firewall. Windows users should also block all SMB communications to and from the Internet to help prevent attacks."
Check this article from Business 2.0 magazine (http://money.cnn.com/2006/12/14/magazines/business2/microsoft_vista.biz2/index.htm?source=yahoo_quote):
Microsoft established product inter dependencies - Need SQL Server 2005 database management software to run many Microsoft products. But guess what: the new operating system Vista (went on sale to corporate customers on Nov 30th) - can't run the current version of SQL server. Microsoft is working on an upgrade but hasn't set a release date yet. Customers does have a choice: for example move to DB2
So the big question is: Is "eventually" good enough?[Read More]
AntonySatyadas 1100009CNT Tags:  crn sorrybill business 2003 server linux sbs domino accpak small nitix 20 Comments 7,363 Views
Check this out-- According to Nitix, Nitix on Linux outperforms almost 17x Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003 in a test case comparing the Installation of the Operating System and Core IT services!
And, here are more details of a product performance bakeoff done by CRN:
"Net Integration's Nitix Linux small-business server offering packs every bit of the feature punch of Microsoft's just-launched Small Business Server 2003 R2 ..."
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