Archived Updates for Windows Server Update Services: January 2006
Archived by month, this page lists all new, revised, and rereleased updates for Microsoft products other than Windows (for example, Microsoft Office).
January 31, 2006
|Internet Security and Acceleration (ISA) Server 2004||Service Pack||
ISA Server 2004 SP2 (KB903676)|
New. ISA Server 2004 SP2 provides the latest updates to ISA Server 2004 Standard Edition and Enterprise Edition, with increased security, reliability, and stability.
ISA Server 2004 SP2 can be installed directly on computers running ISA Server 2004 Standard Edition or Enterprise Edition, and includes all software updates issued since ISA Server was released to manufacturing, fixes for common issues reported by customers through Microsoft Product Support Services (PSS), and more.
|Microsoft strongly encourages customers to install SP2 on all computers running ISA Server 2004.|
January 24, 2006
|Exchange with SP2||Update Rollup||
Update for Intelligent Message Filter for Exchange Server 2003: 2006.01.12 (KB907747)|
Revision. This revision replaces the Update for Intelligent Message Filter for Exchange Server 2003: 2005.12.14 (KB907747), which has expired. This update rollup is approximately 6 MB.
Changes for This Revision. This revision contains changes to metadata text (title and update description), distribution channels (this update is now offered through WSUS, MU, and AU), and to the update binary files.
Purpose of Update. This revision updates the Intelligent Message Filter version 2 that is included with Microsoft Exchange 2003 Service Pack 2 (SP2).
|Reinstall the update on systems with the previous version of the update. You do not need to uninstall the previous version of the update.|
January 16, 2006
|Windows SBS with SP1||Critical||
Update for Microsoft Windows Small Business Server 2003: KB 909988|
Revised. Revision information: This update modifies the detection logic from the previous release to account for Microsoft Windows Small Business Server (Windows SBS) installations when the Windows SharePoint Service component was either uninstalled or installed to a partition different from the OS partition.
This update corrects this issue in slipstream installations of Windows SBS 2003 with Service Pack 1: Some items that are stored in Windows SharePoint Services libraries are permanently deleted after a user reinstalls the Intranet component of Windows SBS.
|Install update. (If you previously installed this update, you do not need to reinstall it.)|
Top of page