Microsoft leans on Vista SP1 site

Thursday, 5 April 2007, 5:48 PM EST

Microsoft's legal team sent a cease-and-desist e-mail to a Web site owner who has posted more than 100 hot fixes he expects to be in the first Windows Vista service pack (SP1). The operator of Hotfix.net complied, and has removed the link to a packaged download of the hotfixes.

Ethan Allen, who runs the site and blogs about Microsoft patches, has created an information center that highlights patches he believes will show up in Vista SP1.

At NetworkWorld.

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