The Windows Management User Group
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Ensuring Customers Websites Are Ready For Internet Explorer 8
Consistent with Microsofts efforts to promote further interoperability across the Web, Microsoft will be releasing Internet Explorer 8 to render content in its most standards-compliant way by default. Giving top priority to Web standards interoperability allows them to help web developers and designers...
Thu, Jun 26 2008
PROACTIVE Toolkit to Disable Automatic Delivery of Internet Explorer 8
Microsoft will distribute Windows Internet Explorer 8 as a high-priority update through Automatic Updates for Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) and higher, Windows XP Professional x64 Edition, Windows Server 2003 SP2 for x64 and x86, Windows Vista for x64 and x86, Windows Vista SP1 for x64 and x86, and...
Fri, Jan 9 2009
Alert - Microsoft releases Windows Internet Explorer 8 Blocker Toolkit
Background Windows Internet Explorer 8 will be distributed to end-users via Automatic Updates and the Windows Update and Microsoft Update sites. Enterprises wishing to manage the way in which Windows Internet Explorer 8 is deployed to their organization can use the Windows Internet Explorer...
Mon, Jan 12 2009
IE6 Vulnerability - Customer Ready Guidelines for Security Advisory 979352 Updated
David Allen MVP
Hi Everyone, Microsoft is aware of public exploit code released that impacts customers using Internet Explorer 6. Customers using Internet Explorer 8 are not affected by currently known attacks and exploits due to the improved security protections in IE8. To help protect our customers, we recommend that...
Thu, Jan 21 2010
IE - Out of band patch
Robert Marshall - MVP
We're expecting to sync with MS around 6PM GMT to get the IE out of band patch in to the hierarchy so we can push this out quick. New Bulletin Summary Bulletin Identifier Internet Explorer Maximum Severity Rating Critical ...
Thu, Jan 21 2010