That's all I've used since it's been out. Got it running on 30 or so workstation machines, and one NT Server, no problems.
[This message has been edited by jbob (edited 10-14-99).]
No problem before, during and after installing SP5. The only problem was waiting for it download [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img]
We installed SP5 on over 100 computers at my school. The next day we realized something: SP5 contains a DLL that is incompatable with WP8, and ever since WP8 doesn't work, even with the fix from Corel installed.
Be careful. If you have lots of identical systems, try it on 1 for a few days first. If it works OK, then try 10 or so for another few days. After you are completely sure it isn't going to ***-rape you, then go ahead and install it on all the system.
The best advice you can get about service packs is: If it ain't broke, don't fix it. Even M$ says so: http://www.computingcentral.msn.com/...dumbthings.asp
Number 9 I think.
Service Pack 5 for NT4.0 Server
Wondering if anyone who has installed SP5 is having any sort of problems with it whatsoever. Either good or bad, please post here. Thank you much!
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