Gravity Storm pulls in fixes

Edward W. Hurley, Assistant News Editor

Windows NT/2000 Systems administrators now have another arrow in their quiver for fixing security vulnerabilities and stability problems.

This week, San Diego-based Gravity Storm Software announced the release of Service Pack Manager 2000 v6.1. Service Pack Manager 2000 is an automated security tool that lets you remotely detect, track, monitor, and install Windows NT/2000 Service Packs and Hotfixes on the enterprise networks from a central console.

The new version 6.1 of Service Pack Manager 2000 adds additional features and improvements, including a user-configured automatic download of the Hotfixes being installed.

Service Pack Manager 2000 v6.1 adds support to Exchange and Exchange 2000 Servers, in addition to the Windows NT/2000 and other Microsoft products such as Internet Information Server 4.x on Windows NT platforms, Internet Explorer (version 4.0 and higher), Outlook 98, Outlook 2000 and Outlook Express. Subsequent versions will provide support for additional Microsoft products.

Additional information and free time-limited version of the product can be found at

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Service Pack Manager 2000 can be purchased electronically. Licensing and pricing information are at .


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