Thanks Susan - I am now older and wiser... again.
This sounds not unlike the Windows Update's report of installed updates
(which I reported hereabouts), which as Microsoft admits will legitimately
tell you that an update was installed when it hadn't been...
[A few more "improvements" like this and I shall be no more able to use my
computer than I am to use a photocopier thanks to the beautiful but
incomprehensible button icons...my personal favourite was the image of a
paperclip on a "button" in the control button group... does it clip/staple
collated output?... Does it hell! It's a magnetic holder for paperclips...
Some Vista stuff, but mostly just Stuff at http://berossus,blogspot.com
"Susan Bradley, CPA aka Ebitz - SBS Rocks [MVP]" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
wrote in message news:enyjrfyUIHA.2368@TK2MSFTNGP05.phx.gbl...
> This is a case of Vista's MU is confusing.
> Vista has smooshed the interface down so it only shows in the interface
> the High priority aka Important and does not identify the criticality of
> the patch in the window like XP does.
> Important is not in terms of the patch security ... in their zeal to
> simplify the interface they made it WAY more confusing.
> Susan Bradley, CPA aka Ebitz - SBS Rocks [MVP] wrote:
>> You can also email Secure@microsoft.com
>> Julian wrote:
>>> FYI The latest Windows Updates include Security Update KB941644 which is
>>> rated as Important; is in fact Critical.
>>> Windows Update provides only summary information and links; the
>>> reference security bulletin at
>>> "Vulnerabilities in Windows TCP/IP Could Allow Remote Code Execution
>>> (941644)" clearly says this update is in fact a Critical update for
>>> Vista (and only Important or Moderate for other OS's)
>>> If anyone knows how to notify Microsoft of such errors directly please
>>> could they do so and/or let me know for future reference?