Andrew MacNeill reports quickly followed by
“It’s this kind of thing that makes upgrades so traumatic for users. ” and . “ARGH!! The saga continues… Back in December I had this problem before – Now, after upgrading to Windows 2003 SP1, the problem has returned. ”
In many organizations, it’s considered wise to wait for the first service pack to allow Microsoft to work out the bugs in their DotZero release, bugs that never seem to come out in their extensive beta testing. In the case of Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1, you may want to wait to see if the Service Pack needs some tweaking before it is ready for primetime.