Windows Server 2k3 is just not there yet 

To require a reboot for every security path installed is simply unacceptable. An OS like Win2K3 should never have to be rebooted and should be able to go a year or more without a reboot.
[Via: Sam Gentile's Blog]

This is so true. The frequency of patch distribution is too high for Microsoft to push "perfect OS - no patches needed" strategy. It is definitely more expensive (if not impossible, nowadays) to eliminate all possible buffer overruns in Windows Server 2003. Patches are here, and they will keep coming here for quite some time. We need a different application method.

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Friday, September 12, 2003 1:56:23 PM (Central Europe Standard Time, UTC+01:00)  #    Comments


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