I just saw the first case for a fair while come through on IIS 5.0; it prompted me to wonder when support for IIS 5.0 (as part of Windows 2000) expires.
Well, the answer is: 13th July 2010.
If staying well away from the leading edge - but still supported - is truly important to you, then outside of a Custom Support Agreement you have about a year to test and perform an upgrade to at least Windows Server 2003.
Don’t leave it till the last minute- virtualize those Win2K IIS servers, and try upgrading them to 2003, porting the app to 2003 or 2008 (in many cases, they’ll just be copy-able straight across), and generally getting ready for the transition.
It’s predictable; you can see it coming… take action now!
Other interesting lifecycle events: (by the way, a LifeCycle isn’t that awesome thing from the movie Tron, that’s a Light Cycle)
What about personal web server on Windows Me? Can we migrate to that?
Jodie, I truly value your comments. Have you learned to cope with email yet?
No, it will never catch on. Voice mail is the way of the future.
And that's my update have a great day.
I think we need to analuze this more.
Just following on from some Lifecycle-related musings . 24 months after SP2 was released, Windows 2003