It's unlikely this affects anyone, but better safe than sorry.  It
turns out that if you have Win2k Service Pack 1 or 2, and used
MS's "workaround," posted at the same time as the July patch
for the RPC vulnerability, this workaround doesn't work.  It's
only relevant if you had a Win2k SP1 or SP2 computer on which
you disabled DCOM instead of applying the patch; if you applied
the patch (before being infected of course)  you are OK...,aid,112006,00.asp