We published five new Configuration Manager 2007 KB articles for the week ending 08/01/2009

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We had five new Knowledge Base articles published for System Center Configuration Manager 2007 last week:

The first is for a hotfix that addresses an issue where multicast OS deployments fail with a hash value error when the Windows OS WIM file size is larger than 4 GB:

KB971413 – Multicast OS deployments fail with a hash value error when the Windows OS WIM file size is larger than 4 GB in System Center Configuration Manager 2007

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The second is for a hotfix that addresses an issue where the /GLOBAL flag makes the package available to all users instead of just the currently logged on user:

KB972417 – The /GLOBAL flag makes the package available to all users instead of just the currently logged on user in System Center Configuration Manager 2007

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Third up is another hotfix, this one regarding an issue where The OU property of the DDR is rejected by DDM when the DDR is being inserted:

KB971687 – The OU property of the DDR is rejected by DDM when the DDR is being inserted in System Center Configuration Manager 2007

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Next is 970637 that fixes an issue where the memory allocation for the Wmiprvse.exe process grows by approx 30 to 40 MB when you run search queries:

KB970637 – The memory allocation for the Wmiprvse.exe process grows by approx 30 to 40 MB when you run search queries in System Center Configuration Manager 2007

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Last we have 970634.  This one fixes an issue where an advertised program created in a System Center Configuration Manager 2007 site server never runs in a System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Service Pack 1 client computer:

KB970634 – An advertised program created in a System Center Configuration Manager 2007 site server never runs in a System Center Configuration Manager 2007 Service Pack 1 client computer

Enjoy!

J.C. Hornbeck | Manageability Knowledge Engineer