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Hey everyone, hello from Berlin. This week, Configuration Manager v.Next has moved to its official product name, System Center Configuration Manager 2012.
Here in Berlin at TechEd Europe 2010, this official name has been shared with our guests as a shared announcement across the ‘wave 12’ of products being demonstrated. If you would like to experience the next release of ConfigMgr, please check out this previous blog posting about the currently available programs, and yesterdays announcement of the Beta 2 TAP nominations.
If you are here in Berlin, please stop by the Microsoft Booth area and say hello.
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr Technical Product Manager System Center, Management and Security Division
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