In article <2e72c01c46d26$c93e88c0$ XXXX@XXXXX.COM >, "Jeremy Rose"
Contact Microsoft Product Support Services, as described in the
Knowledge Base article. Hotfixes are meant to solve specific problems
and don't go through the same testing procedures that regular Windows
code does. For that reason, they aren't available from any other
source, and Microsoft only gives them to people who have the specific
problem that the hotfix addresses.
When you contact Microsoft Product Support Services:
1. Tell them that you have the problem described in KB828940.
2. Request the hotfix.
3. Ask them to waive the charge for the support call, as described in
4. Don't ask for help with any other issue.
Steve Winograd, MS-MVP (Windows Networking)
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