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Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 SP1 update fixes memory leak, other issue

Three weeks after it released its first System Center 2012 Rollup update, Microsoft patched issues with Virtual Machine Manager 2008 R2 Service Pack 1.

It’s a light second Rollup update for the product, patching just two issues. One only affects a managed Hyper-V cluster that has HP Cluster Extension Software installed.

The second and last fix patches the Self-Service Portal, which in some cases would not display all virtual machines if the user had 50 or more machines assigned.

The VMM 2008 R2 SP1 was last patched in July of last year, and this Rollup includes those previous fixes.

Full release notes and download links can be found on Microsoft’s support site.

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SQL Injection is still a problem? This is hard to believe.
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Agreed. But many of the guys doing static code analysis are still seeing these types of exposures. That's what happens when someone puts a prototype together quickly, and then someone else rushes it into production. 
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