Microsoft Software Update Services ends July '07

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    Just weeks before it was slated to retire Software Update Services, Microsoft announced that it has extended the life of the aged patching software by seven months.

    SUS was to be dropped on Dec. 6, about a week before next month's regularly scheduled security releases; corporate users were to have moved on to the newer Windows Server Update Services by then. Now, however, SUS will be kept on life support until July 10.

    WSUS 2.0 can be downloaded from the Microsoft Web site free of charge. A beta 2 of WSUS 3.0 is also available. The software runs on Windows Server 2003, and when it's released, will run on Longhorn Server.

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    Thanks for info
     
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