I know, I know, I've been slacking. Lucky for me I attended a user group meeting for the Puget Sound UG here in the Seattle area tonight and I didn't take too much slack for not posting for almost 1/2 a month!
I really must appologize. But hey, we're finishing up Windows Small Business Server 2003 Service Pack 1 and well, it's consuming just a little bit of my time.
Remember how we told you not to install the SP1 beta in a production environment? Well, good thing you didn't. We did! :o)
I spent some time this weekend taking our production server (called Catfood for those of you who already know) and doing a server to server migration back to SBS 2003 RTM, and then patching it up to what's available today to mimic all your boxes out there. Then the instant we think we have a final build for the Service Pack(before we send it out to you, the public) we install it on our server.
Hey, that's why it's called dogfood, we eat it before you do. So there you have it, that's what I've been busy with.
Oh yeah, the point of this blog post was not to ramble on and tell you that SP1 is close to being ready, the point was to let you in on a cool RSS feed website.
The RSS Feed Product Index. This handy website points you to all of the RSS feeds (by product) for KB articles being released. Susan probably already has 90% of these in her RSS feeder. Here is the link to SBS 2003 RSS Feed.
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