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St. Bernard Rolls Out Service Pack Management Software

St. Bernard Software Inc. announced the release of SPQuery 4.1, featuring support for multiple language OS installations on Windows NT/2000 and TSE servers.

SPQuery is a centralized service pack and hotfix management tool that keeps Windows NT/2000 and TSE systems current by determining which ones are needed. SPQuery also queries, identifies, and updates service packs and hotfixes from a central console.

SPQuery features support for multiple languages; installation from a central console; and automatic notifications of new OS updates.

Contact St. Bernard, (858) 676-2277, www.stbernard.com.

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