Shanku Niyogi, ASP.NET Group Program Manager posted a blog entry on Upcoming Changes to ASP.NET 2.0 in Beta 2. Now, any further questions why I keep trying to convince people not to start production projects on a non-feature freeze Beta version?
Finally got my hands on Dino Esposito's book Introducing Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0. The term "finally" has a special meaning for me: I was the technical editor on this book, and quite a lot of work went into this book project, because writing such a book isn't done in a day, and ASP.NET 2.0 was/is a moving target. So even with the most stringent editing, there inevitably will be some "mistakes" caused by changes.
In the Acknowledgements, Dino writes "Christoph Wille, who reviewed the contents from a technical perspective, was one of the most attentive and insightful reviewers I have ever had (and I have written quite a few books)." He has a gift for words - a royal pain in the posterior would be the tagline I'd choose for myself.
The new version of MBSA can be found in the Download Center. Be sure to scan for common misconfigurations on your systems.