Hi folks, this is just a small post announcing that Service Manager 2012 SP1 and 2012 R2 now officially supports Service Pack 2 for SharePoint 2010.
Among other improvements, Service Pack 2 for SharePoint 2010 extends support to WS2012 and WS2012 R2. This is good news for those who were waiting to move on from WS 2008 R2 but weren’t able to do so earlier because of the Self-Service Portal dependency. You can download the installer for Service Pack 2 for the foundation and full versions here and here respectively.
Is this means self-service portal supported to deploy on windows server 2012/R2
@Magdy, yes it is supported :)
@A Nangia .. Thanks a lot for your support .. its good newsBut the technet website for Hardware & Software Required for SharePoint 2010 foundation not updated .. its very important to be updated, because the are many implementation for Private Cloud deployment Self- Service Portal on wondows server 2008 R2.Thanks again A Nangia .. Have a nice time :)
Thanks for pointing that out. It will be updated soon :)
Is it possible to use Windows Server 2012 R2 for SCSM 2012 SP1 portal? Looking at the documentation on http://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/library/jj628210.aspx it seems that SCSM 2012 SP1 is not supporting Windows 2012 R2 for any role. Does this documentation need to be updated?
@A. Nangia: any news on my last comment?
It sure were great if somebody could post the step by step setup process for Service Manager Portal and Web Content Server 2012 SP1 on top of SharePoint Foundation Services 2010 SP on Windows 2012 R2
What about SQL 2014, Do you know when it will be supported?
Why is service manager self service portal so awfull when it comes to graphics and layout/design!? It's embarrasing bad. Does nobody on the service manager team focus on the enduser exeriance? When will the portal be upgraded with totally better layout?
Note: You need to download the slipstreamed version of SharePoint 2010 for installations on Windows Server 2012/2012 R2.
what is the official reason for not supporting SharePoint 2013? I thought MS Product depts had 90 days from another depts release to make their product compliant? Should we expect something big from the next SCSM Update? SharePoint 2013 offers so many
other possibilities like Yammer on your Self Service Portal