> A user reported to me that winsock.accept generate an access 
> violation at address 7C8224B2 in ntdll.dll when is program runs on 
> a w2K3 SP1 computer

Assuming this function is used to accept connections in Wsocket, it's 
certainly not causing any problem here in W2K3 SP1. 

I've been using the FTP server and client and other wsocket functions on 
Windows 2003 since it entered beta a few years ago. 

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