I've used the "Microsoft Fix It" workarounds for some announced security issues recently. For those unaware, these are a workarounds released by Microsoft to disable using something that has a vulnerability until Microsoft can actually release a patch to fix the issue.
My question is--once Microsoft does release the patch to fix the issue (as they have done yesterday for one of the issues), do I have to then use the "disable workaround fix it" provided by Microsoft, or will installing the patch automatically disable the previous workaround?
I noticed that Mozilla has recently done something similar with Firefox v3.5. They've released instructions for a workaround of a security issue until they release an updated file with a fix (v3.5.1). The same question would apply here--would I have to manually disable the workaround after installing the updated version, or is it done automatically?