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491psp2_pkb.exe - how is it?

I never got to roll out psp pka, so now I'm considering B, which has the
'fixed' nwfs.sys.

Anyone tried this psp and care to comment?

TIA.

-S-


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Re: 491psp2_pkb.exe - how is it?

Steve Freides wrote:

>I never got to roll out psp pka, so now I'm considering B, which has the
>'fixed' nwfs.sys.
>
>Anyone tried this psp and care to comment?


I have installed PKb on a few computers and no problems so far. The
NWFS.SYS in PKA was broken, and in PKB, Novell went back to the previous
version which worked better. So the difference between PKa and PKb is that
PKb has an older (but better) nwfs.sys

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Re: 491psp2_pkb.exe - how is it?

"Marcel Cox" <cimetmc@myrealbox.com> wrote in message
news:fEP4g.4404$HI3.1486@prv-forum2.provo.novell.com...
> Steve Freides wrote:
>
>>I never got to roll out psp pka, so now I'm considering B, which has
>>the 'fixed' nwfs.sys.
>>
>>Anyone tried this psp and care to comment?

>
> I have installed PKb on a few computers and no problems so far. The
> NWFS.SYS in PKA was broken, and in PKB, Novell went back to the
> previous version which worked better. So the difference between PKa
> and PKb is that PKb has an older (but better) nwfs.sys


Thanks. I think I'll overlay pkb onto 491/SP2 and install that on a few
machines and, if that works, standardize on that for a while.

-S-

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> Marcel Cox (using XanaNews 1.18.1.3)



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