I come from Singapore but find myself now living and working in the Netherlands, specialising in SMS 2003 / Configmgr 2007. I enjoy working and connecting people with computers and I hope I can share as much information as I can here through this blog.
“Computers do not just work like that, at the press of a button. From the moment a computer is switched on in your office, magic happens. That’s why you need an IT department and they do more than crawling under your desk to plug in that wire you kicked out.”
Continuing with the trend for the entire year 2010, Microsoft has announced that it is slated to release 17 bulletins for the month of December. Another record? Maybe, then again we have seen this year that most of these patches released were reliable and when there was an issue, it was not a direct consequence of applying the patch itself. In my opinion, the bulletin that made the largest headlines for 2010 would be MS10-015 / KB977165. Reported across various international channels, it caused world wide concern initially as many individuals (note not large enterprises) reported that their XP systems started to get abnormal restarts and BSoDs. Eventually, MS determined that existing malware on affected systems had caused this chaos and life went on!
So, I must say, a good way to end the year 2010, with a bang!