SBS 2003 SP 0 Support Retirement

SBS 2003 SP 0 Support Retirement

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[Today's tip comes to us courtesy of Chris Puckett]

Please note that support for SBS 2003 SP 0, also known as SBS 2003 RTM, will be retired on July 10, 2007.  The Service Pack Lifecycle Support page was recently updated to reflect this as it has been 24 months since the release of SBS 2003 SP 1.  Microsoft will continue to support SBS 2003 SP 1 and SBS 2003 R2, which includes SBS 2003 SP 1, after July 10, 2007.

http://support.microsoft.com/gp/lifesupsps

 

The SBS 2003 SP 1 download and installation instructions are located here. You can substitute Windows Server 2003 SP 2, Windows Sharepoint Services 2.0 SP 2, and Exchange Server 2003 SP 2 for Windows Server 2003 SP 1, Windows Sharepoint Services 2.0 SP 1, and Exchange Server 2003 SP 1 respectively.

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  • <p>Today&amp;#39;s SBS blog moment is brought to you by Chris Puckett: The Official SBS Blog : SBS 2003 SP 0</p>

  • <p>From The Official SBS Blog: <a rel="nofollow" target="_new" href="http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2007/07/03/sbs-2003-sp-0-support-retirement.asp">http://blogs.technet.com/sbs/archive/2007/07/03/sbs-2003-sp-0-support-retirement.asp</a></p>

  • <p>Microsoft will officially end support for SBS 2003 RTM (also know as SBS 2003 SP0) on July 10, 2007.</p>

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  • <p>Ok so I am going to try and make this as simple as possible. SBS SP1 is not the same as Windows Server</p>

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