IT Admin resist Windows Vista SP1 even with Free installation support

Microsoft is working hard to nudge customers onto the Windows Vista bandwagon, offering free support to those migrating to Vista SP1. But IT administrators continue to resist making the kind of aggressive deployments Microsoft would like to see across the board.Microsoft released Windows Vista SP1 last week, complete with security fixes and other patches Microsoft […]

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Microsoft is working hard to nudge customers onto the Windows Vista bandwagon, offering free support to those migrating to Vista SP1. But IT administrators continue to resist making the kind of aggressive deployments Microsoft would like to see across the board.

Microsoft released Windows Vista SP1 last week, complete with security fixes and other patches Microsoft produced between Vista's launch in early 2007 and the end of last year. Many Windows administrators delayed installing Vista until at least the first service pack. Administrators who tested Vista SP1 in beta gave it poor reviews. Attitudes haven't changed much since the service pack's release last week.

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Windows Vista, Vista SP1, Support, Deployment

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