Systems Management Server 2003 enters into 'Extended Support'

Systems Management Server 2003 has come to the end of mainstream support, and enters in to Extended Support. “This's a natural transition for every Microsoft product. SMS 2003 has been an incredibly popular product, and has been considered the most widely deployed management tool in the world. Many customers who at some time were running […]

Systems Management Server 2003 has come to the end of mainstream support, and enters in to Extended Support. “This's a natural transition for every Microsoft product. SMS 2003 has been an incredibly popular product, and has been considered the most widely deployed management tool in the world. Many customers who at some time were running a version of SMS have migrated to Configuration Manager 2007, but we recognize this isn’t the case for everyone.” “SCCM 2007 is in 4th release since SMS 2003. With a 5th (R3) entering beta soon, and with mainstream support cycle ending for SMS 2003, we wanted to collect as much assistance as possible in 1 place for our customers who may be considering a migration to our current platform. Today we’re excited to launch a new collection of web resources for you. A URL many SMS Admins know, has been redesigned after months of collaboration to now provide you with rich content in a few categories,” stated Jeff Wettlaufer.