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LandzDown Lounge / Re: Who will be the next poster?
« Last post by E A S T E R on Today at 03:03:04 AM »
EASTER calling GR@PH;<'S

Can you pry away from the Pub table long enough to say Cheerio?  :laughing:
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Now got it! Thanks.  :rose:
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LandzDown Lounge / Re: 5 letters Game
« Last post by JDBush61 on Today at 12:38:58 AM »
react - Reindeer enjoy a cold tundra.

frost
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LandzDown Lounge / Re: 2 Word Game
« Last post by JDBush61 on Today at 12:33:44 AM »
troops deployed
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LandzDown Lounge / Re: Related Word
« Last post by JDBush61 on Today at 12:33:05 AM »
omnivore
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LandzDown Lounge / Re: Word Association
« Last post by JDBush61 on Today at 12:31:22 AM »
amplifiers


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It is generally recommended to remove a Fix it when the security update is released.  Also, there could be situations where a Fix it solution conflicts with something and needs to be removed.  In that situation, the Security Advisory includes work-arounds under Suggested Actions, https://technet.microsoft.com/library/security/3010060#ID0EPG
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LandzDown Lounge / Re: Make a sentence out of a word
« Last post by JDBush61 on Today at 12:30:13 AM »
That was no arsonist who lit fire to the block of houses last night, it was a wayward group of nerdy teens performing crazy carnot-cycle experiments.

decimated
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LandzDown Lounge / Re: The Last Two words become the First Two Words
« Last post by JDBush61 on Today at 12:21:12 AM »
The rules don't apply to me, because I'm too stupid to understand the rules.
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Microsoft released Security Advisory 3010060 which relates to a vulnerability affecting all supported releases of Microsoft Windows, excluding Windows Server 2003.  The vulnerability could allow remote code execution if a user opens a specially crafted Microsoft Office file that contains an OLE object. Microsoft is aware of limited, targeted attacks. 

Direct download links of the Microsoft Fix it Solution are available in my blog post, Microsoft Security Advisory 3010060 with Fixit Solution, or KB 3010060.

Hi Corrine. Thank you. I visited your blog, and also went to the MS Security Advisory page and applied (enabled) the Fix it (51026: OLE Packager Shim Workaround).

One question. Why does the MS page (and your blog) offer the option to remove (disable) this Fix it? I'm confused. Why would anyone want to remove a security fix?
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