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Jeff Atwood tweeted on June 11th: "bah, as I always suspected, our intermittent network problem on Win2k8 Server R2 was an OS bug. Non-public kernel hotfix."

We've experienced exactly that same problem, and had to revert some of our new servers to Windows Server 2003. Does anyone know where I can find out more about this problem and how to get the solution? TIA!

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migrated from Jun 23 '10 at 7:02

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Just to state the obvious: contact Microsoft support, especially if you're hoping to get a private hotfix. IIRC, if you can prove it's a product issue, the call is free (but don't quote me on that, double check for yourself first)

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