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Windows service pack causes SQL Server woes
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/15/2005 07:51:00 PM.

Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 is just two weeks into general availability, but there are already reports of trouble with at least one of Microsoft's own Windows System Servers. Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) experts have reported that there is a bug in a COM+ (Component Object Model +) component that is rendering the administrator console useless.

"The issue seems to be in the way we are freeing allocated memory when a computer group properties field is set to NULL. And that computer group, because of its name, is the first to show in the query we run to enumerate those names in the right pane of MMC [Microsoft Management Console]," said Roger Porter, a MOM test manager, in an e-mail to Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals (MVPs).

Source: techtarget

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