RE: SUS - Missing KB873374 (GDI+ Detection Tool)??
Date: Thu, 16 Sep 2004 07:23:04 -0700
We are having the same problem. If you look in the Sync log, you will see
that the update was removed last night. Not sure why this has happened.
MS...please provide us with some details on this.
> We use the latest version of SUS. I approved the KB873374
> update yesterday. I was receiving many complaints from
> users about the dialog ("The software tool did not detect
> any Microsoft Office, Microsoft Picture It!, or
> Microsoft .NET framework software on your computer that
> is vulnerable to the GDI+ Graphics Component security
> vulnerability") so I went into SUS to unapprove it.
> Unfortunately I cannot find the update listed anywhere!
> Has anyone else had this problem?
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