Hello Service Manager fans,
After a very successful launch of System Center Service Manager 2010 last April, Microsoft is pleased to announce the release of Service Pack 1, which is available NOW on Microsoft.com/Downloads.
System Center Service Manager 2010 SP1 addresses critical feedback received from customers and partners and provides greater language support, improved performance capabilities, and a number of usability enhancements.
With Service Pack 1 for System Center Service Manager, language support for the entire product is added for the following languages:
In addition to the additional language support, over 500 improvements were made to address issues and customer change requests.
SP1 also provides official support for SQL Server 2008 R2.
A few other important notes about the bits:
System Center Service Manager 2010 SP1 is available through the Microsoft Download Center here:
Eval/Retail bits - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=5118055b-9cd7-45cd-bae6-7fc287d832d7
Authoring Tool bits - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=78dcb15b-8744-4a93-b3fa-6a7a40ffeaae
Select Bits – supposedly these will be available for download today on the various Microsoft volume licensing sites.
Details on System Center Service Manager 2010 and the rest of the System Center suite can be found at www.microsoft.com/systemcenter.
Did you guys tweak the unsealed MPs that come with Service Manager in SP1? The reason I ask is because I (gulp) saved a lot of my customizations in those out of the box unsleaed packs. I would like to import those new packs into our SP1 prod environment, but I do not want to overwrite any tweaks you made to them in SP1... please advise! Thanks Man
Any tweaks we did there were very minor. Did you make your customizations starting with SP1 in your pre-production environment?
I would like to know how to make Activities visible for certain users or user groups and invisible for others.