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Hey everyone, a date has come and passed, and we wanted to make sure readers of this blog were aware of it. As of January 11th, 2011 ConfigMgr SP1 Support has ended. The most current Service Pack organizations should be on to remain fully supported is Service Pack 2.
What does this mean? This link to our Lifecycle Policy explains the detail of this for you. In April of 2010, there were some changes to these Policies. The Microsoft Support Lifecycle policy requires that the product’s supported service pack be installed to continue to receive support (including security updates). Here is a link to the new Service Pack Lifecycle Support Policy effective April 13, 2010.
Service Pack Support Policy
Customers are highly encouraged to stay on a supported service pack to ensure they are on the latest and most secure version of their product. For customers on unsupported service pack versions, Microsoft offers limited troubleshooting support as follows:
Some resources for you:
Jeff Wettlaufer Sr Technical Product Manager System Center, Management and Security Division
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