Steve Chen [MSFT] Sr. Support Escalation Engineer

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  • Blog Post: Random News Flash March 2014

    A random summary of news, Announcements and other interesting stuff Good bye, Windows XP! As already many times posted and announced, the Support for Windows XP will end on April 8, 2014! If you still haven't migrated yet to windows 7 or higher, then  you are really in trouble   So what...
  • Blog Post: All about updating WSSv3 and MOSS2007

    As repeatedly asked and apparently still confusing the IT folks, I'll post some information's and what to consider how, during and while updating WSSv3 and MOSS 2007. Support Life Cycle: As already announced you should be aware of the retirement of SP1 for WSSv3 which also affects MOSS as it...
  • Blog Post: End of Support for Office XP Products

    Effective with the 11 th of July 2011 , Office XP Extended support will retire worldwide. What does that mean? The end of support means that we will no longer provide public fixes for the Office XP release. Automatic Updates that ship on “Patch Tuesday” will be discontinued. There will...
  • Blog Post: End of Support Lifecycle for Windows XP SP2/2000

    As already published in several blog postings all over the web since December 2009, still some customers are asking for the Microsoft Support Lifecycle of WIndows XP SP2 and Windows 2000. To post again the information about this topic and to remind customers to plan upgrade/migration considerations from...
  • Blog Post: SP1 for WSS and MOSS retires april 2010

    Urgent message!!! as per our lifecycle policy, the Service Pack 1 for MOSS and WSS will retire in April 2010! So if you're currently still on SP1, please consider to update as soon as possible to at least SP2! Information about the lifecycle you can find here: http://support.microsoft.com/lifecycle/...
  • Blog Post: Support for WSSv3 SP1 retires July 2010

    Support for SP1 will retire on 13th July 2010! There has been some misunderstanding about the date as previous SP’s usually retire +12 months after the last (SP2) which would have meant 24th April 2010 – latest information suggests that this is incorrect and the revised July 13th 2010 date is the correct...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Supportability flash July 2012

    This is just a short summary of some supportability news, notes and remainders related to SharePoint.   Support Lifecycle Reminder for SharePoint 2010 RTM Starting July 10, 2012 , mainstream support will end for SharePoint 2010 RTM. This means that customers should attempt to be at least at SP1...
  • Blog Post: End of Support LifeCycle

    The Support lifecycles for our products are limited. An important date here for us is set for mid-July: Microsoft will be ending the support for the Client Operating Systems Windows 2000 Professional and Windows XP SP2 as well as for the Server Operating Systems Windows 2000 Server entirely on 13 th...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Supportability flash May 2012

    This is just a summary of some supportability news and flashes related to SharePoint, as recent as per May 2012.   Updated Browser Support Matrix Until this month, the Plan Browser Support matrix document on TechNet was a common edit point for TechNet writers because of the constantly changing browser...