New Networking-related KB articles for the week of April 5-11

Here are the most recent networking-related KB articles:

No firewall is enabled after you upgrade a Windows Server 2003-based NAT/Basic Firewall router to Windows Server 2008

The Network Policy Server may not log successful authentication events or failed authentication events in Event Viewer in Windows Server 2008

Hyper-V virtual machines cannot reach the network when the vLan tagging is enabled on a Windows Server 2008-based computer

A program may stop responding when it calls RPC functions on a Windows Server 2003-based computer that has remote access connections or VPN connections established

MS08-020: Vulnerability in DNS client could allow spoofing

PING commands to a Windows Server 2003-based computer may fail if you have enabled the Routing and Remote Access service by configuring the “NAT and basic firewall” and “LAN routing” services

On a Windows Server 2003-based computer that has the update from security bulletin MS07-062 installed, you may experience a memory leak in DNS

Error message when you establish an outgoing remote access connection in Windows Server 2003: “Error 734 – The PPP link control protocol terminated” or “TCP/IP CP reported error 31: A device attached to the system is not functioning”

Error message when you try to connect a Windows Vista-based computer to a network projector in Windows Meeting Space: “The Network Projector could not be added to the meeting”

On a Windows Vista-based computer, an application that uses the EnableStatic method of the Win32_NetworkAdapterConfiguration class may not always set a static IP address for a network adapter

Changes to the 802.1X-based wired network connection settings in Windows XP Service Pack 3

– Mike Platts