Mac OS X Server Update 1.0-2 includes the following fixes: Apache Web server version 1.3.6, which addresses problems that could cause the Apache parent process to terminate unexpectedly. Corrects a problem in which executing a large number of simultaneous CGI scripts could cause the system to become unresponsive. Changes to the kernel to improve its stability and correct problems that could occur when the server was heavily loaded. Changes to Network Filesystem (NFS) to improve its operation and stability. You no longer need to configure TCP/IP to use only AppleTalk. If you have a newer ("blue and white") Power Mac G3, changes to your monitor resolution are now saved. You can now use the dual-channel, ultra-wide SCSI cards available from Apple with some Mac Server G3 computers. The Workspace Manager now saves the viewer options. You can now update the MacOS.app to Mac OS 8.6. You can now format disk image files on UFS volumes from MacOS.app; for example, when creating a new StartupDisk.img file using createimage. Apple file services works with encrypted passwords sent by AppleShare Client software version 3.8.3 and the DHX UAM.