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SP2 Posting problem

Posted on 2004-08-24
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Posted a problem right here concerning opening a link. Question title is "Another SP2 Q".
It's showing up in my personal "Windows Security Resource Channel" but not in the Questions awaiting answers.
I've noticed that 3 responses to prior posts never got to EE. Also posts to PC Q & A.
I'm using my laptop with SP1 to post  this.
I can send and receive email so I don't know what this glitch is.
Pete
PS If a moderator or editor needs to login to my account, you'll see the post there.
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kabaam earned 250 total points
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Your post is alive and well.  Any question you ask will not show up in  questions awaiting answers if you are logged into EE.
Everyone else sees your post as number 8 on the list.
This is so it is easier for you to find your posts.
good luck
KaBaaM
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You took care of that real quick.
Thanks, and have some points.
Pete
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