Networking snafu gums up Microsoft security patches

Wednesday, 11 October 2006, 9:18 AM EST

Networking problems have kept Microsoft from distributing its latest security patches to users of its automatic update services.

The problem is due to "some network issues on the Microsoft Update platform," according to Microsoft's Craig Gehere, who wrote about the issue in a blog posting. That posting can be found here.

At Computerworld.

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