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no-reboot patch for latest IIS flaw (idq.dll)

Posted on 2001-06-19
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the patch mentioned in http://www.microsoft.com/technet/security/bulletin/MS01-033.asp
does not need to reboot.

It tells you if it is needed.
If a reboot is needed, click "reboot later", stop the IIS
and index service by

iisreset -stop
net stop "Indexing Service"

apply hotfix

net start "Indexing Service"
iisreset -start

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Shall we delete this?
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it may be useful for someone else?
make it PAQ instead?
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Good idea!  PAQd.
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