At the request of lots of people, we have published a list of the more prominent fixes and improvements to Service Manager in System Center 2012 SP1. You can find the list in this KB article:
Awesome, ty v much!
excellent! Thank you! :)
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korean .Lee Hanil .Coputer Sr Operations Account Manoger Senior Program Manager
We are testing out SCSM 2012 sp1 and on the fence about moving to this product or another one. Our biggest issue right now is it doesn't seem like there is a way to allocate or track time to activities which we use heavily today. We don't actually do charge backs but all IT employees below management track 90% plus of their time to an incident/request. Example, we have an incident open for rolling out a new system, I worked on this 3 hours today, 2 hours yesterday, 1 hour day before, etc.. And I make a note next to an activity for each of those days saying what I did those hours. Is it possible to duplicate this in SCSM 2012 sp1? so far it looks like for purposes of time allocation, I can only say "Bob worked 6 hours on this" and "Tom worked 4 hours" but I can't say those hours were broken out over 5 days and I can't list notes about each of those time frames...
You guys need to check the processor type during the SCVMM 2012 SP1 offline P2V preflight. Lack of doing so is causing people some serious headaches with failed P2Vs and getting stuck in a WinPE boot loop.
Sorry if this isn't the best place to post this, but I couldn't find a more appropriate blog entry with commenting still open. Would sure be nice to know how we can run offline P2V migrations on old boxes with 32 bit processors now.