• Subject: Re: someone is not being straight. Guess who...
  • From: John Hall <jhall@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 29 Jan 2001 12:32:54 -0500

Does anybody really believe it is a router configuration problem - that
takes 22 hours to diagnose and correct ????  

No more likely, much more likely, is that M$ tried to switch DNS to new
Win2000 servers and could not get them working right.  

Bill Heinz wrote:
> But wait!! It wasn't a microsoft problem, it was the routers fault.
> www.internetweek.com/story/INW20010126S0001
> Looks like MS is playing their other card -- blame someone else.  So they
> can now say their systems were up.
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