List of Bugs Fixed in Windows NT Server 4.0, Terminal Server Edition

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This article is a list of the article numbers for bugs that were fixed in the latest Windows NT Server 4.0, Terminal Server Edition Service Pack. Service packs are cumulative. This means that the bugs fixed in a service pack are also fixed in subsequent service packs.

For information on obtaining the latest service pack for Windows NT 4.0 and Terminal Server Edition, please see the following article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
152734 How to Obtain the Latest Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack

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Service Pack 4

Service Pack 4 for Windows NT Server 4.0, Terminal Server Edition includes the bugs fixed in Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 4. For additional information, see the following article or articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
150734 List of Bugs Fixed in Windows NT 4.0 and Terminal Server Edition Service Pack4 (Part 1)
194834 List of Bugs Fixed in Windows NT 4.0 and Terminal Server Edition Service Pack 4 (Part 2)
224793 List of Bugs Fixed in Windows NT 4.0 and Terminal Server Edition Service Pack 4 (Part 3)
In addition to these fixes, Service Pack 4 for Windows NT Server 4.0, Terminal Server Edition also includes:

223492 - Registry Size Increases After Installing Outlook Express 5
221346 - Stop 0x0000007f Exception Handling Problem in Termdd.sys
219540 - Terminal Server Will Disconnect Users When Connected Remotely
219538 - DLL Registration Causes Access Violation on Terminal Server
218473 - Restricting Changes to Base System Objects
217063 - Terminal Server Hangs and Does Not Allow Network Connections
217010 - Terminal Server May Be Unable to Start 16-bit DCOM Server216538 - STOP 0x0000000A in NTOSKRNL at 801453ea
216254 - User Global Object Mistakenly Created as System Global Object
215475 - Slow Performance with GSNW on Terminal Server
215358 - GetWindowsDirectory May Return Incorrect Data
214627 - Saving an Office Document May Fail Across a Share Point
214500 - App. Compatibility Flag Registry Setting Not Read Correctly
214488 - Registry Flag fUseDefaultGina Does Not Work
214452 - STOP 0x1E in Win32k.sys When Running Solomon v2.06 (Accounting)
214441 - Access Violation in Spoolss.exe on Windows NT Terminal Server
214440 - Terminal Server STOP 0xA When Remote Clients Log Off
198540 - Terminal Server Users Receive Event Log Error 1000 Logging On
196666 - Users Can See Administrator Auto-Created Client Printers in Apps
195934 - Incorrect Permissions Applied to Terminal Server Home Folders
195887 - Shortcuts Created Under Terminal Server 4.0 Resolve to UNC Paths
195733 - Denial of Service in Applications Using RPC over Named Pipes
195612 - Local Named Object Is Mistakenly Created in Global Name Space
195333 - Terminal Server Error 0x0a on SMP Computer
195319 - Inherit User Config Option Does Not Work for Modem Callback
194830 - Unicode Character Display Problem in Full-Screen MS-DOS Session
194812 - All Users See All Other Users' Auto-Created Printers
193233 - Rpcss.exe Consumes 100% CPU Due to RPC Spoofing Attack
192267 - Various STOP Errors When Opening Files on Novell NetWare Servers
192164 - Home Directories Are Created with Incorrect Permissions
190288 - SecHole Lets Non-administrative Users Gain Debug Level Access
180648 - Windows NT 4.0 Traps with a Stop 0x24 or Stop 0xA
180163 - INI/CFG Files Corruption w/ Windows NT 4.0 Terminal Server
177653 - CRT Conflict with Getservbyname
175687 - Win32k.sys Causes STOP 0x0000001e and 0x0000000a on SMP
175667 - Error Message: Copy Profile Error
174465 - Bad SAP Packet Causes Stop 0x0000000A in Afd.sys
171307 - How to Disable SAP Broadcast for RPC Service
169742 - Semaphore Timeout Error When UseWriteBehind Disabled for Redir
158682 - Shortcuts Created Under Windows NT 4.0 Resolve to UNC Paths
154694 - New Policy Available to Hide Go To on Tools Menu
153105 - New Policy Available to Hide View Options Menu Item

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Article ID: 222970 - Last Review: October 20, 2013 - Revision: 1.3
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