Yesterday I installed Windows XP and Office 2003 Beta 2 on my son's computer. He actually needed Word since he left his laptop at his friends house and we are trying to send out birthday invitations. It locked up on him and he lost the first version. Oh, well!
Maybe I'll have time to play with IISLockdn version 2.1 today. The intranet website was stopped again so I uninstalled IM server. I think these problems all started when I tried to install Software Update Services and it ran IISLockdn. I will probably chase down a http error 502 out of the exchange system manager before proceeding. I fixed some path errors(case sensitive?) that gave me little red icons stop sign icons for some of the exchange directories.
Today is beautiful. It was supposed to be stormy but that will probably come later. I will try and get a good soaking of the arena while Andi is gone. It's probably time for me to add more magnesium chloride. I'll have to spread compost on some other day. The fields are too wet.
Debka expects the surrender of two Iraqi divisions. “They are the forces charged with defending the oil fields of region and represent two-thirds of the Iraqi army in the south.” [Scripting News]
It is interesting to see this news/rumor reported by Debka and not confirmed by the rest of the media. Hmm..
The war has started and it is in God's hands. Andi is out of town and a baby horse may be born in the next couple of days. Despite everyone's interest in the “war”, I will try and stay focused on my problems. The mare is late but she is not dripping milk so I should be safe sleeping through the night.