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Having been on holiday, I did not look too far before posting my blog post on Vista SP1.  Then while reading other peoples blog I discovered that there was some more excellent information out there.

As always Susanne has published her communication which I am sure will be updated as more relevant information for small business partners becomes apparent.  Kevin has a link to the TechNet site for SP1 on his blog.  Finally a HUGE amount of information is shared on the Vista Blog and this Vista Blog entry.

Some are a little upset that the GPMC is disappearing, but I've never used it on Vista, so let me know if you care one way or the other.


Finally, I got my invite on Connect to sign-up for SP1, so I will let you know more as I load it and am able to share.




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Posted Mon, Sep 3 2007 10:15 AM by David Overton


Lee Evans wrote re: More on Vista Service Pack 1 (SP1)
on Tue, Sep 4 2007 12:02 AM

Regards the removal of the GPMC - it's obviously not a major headache to install it seperately as in the past but it it's definately a useful tool, and one that I do use frequently - I'd be mildly sorry to see it go and can't quite see the logic in removing what's already there

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on Mon, Sep 24 2007 12:04 AM

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