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ConfigMgr2007: R2 Releases

On the 28th of August Microsoft has released Microsoft Configuration Manager Release 2.

R2 is available free of charge to customers who have Software Assurance, and it comes with our updated documentation help file (SMSv4.chm). However, everybody can access this latest documentation online from the TechNet Configuration Manager documentation library. The documentation updates include the following:

* Configuration Manager 2007 R2 features (application virtualization, Forefront client security integration, client status reporting, SQL reporting services, operating system deployment enhancements that include support for unknown computers and multicast).
* Updates and corrections to the Configuration Manager 2007 and Configuration Manager 2007 SP1 documentation.

For more information about the new features and changes in R2, see What’s New in Configuration Manager 2007 R2.

For a list of topics that have had a significant technical change since the SP1 release in May, see What’s New in the Configuration Manager Documentation Library for August 2008.

Any topic that has been changed for this release has at the top Topic last updated—August 2008. This includes the topics that have significant technical changes, R2 topics that are new or have been updated for the release (previously preliminary), and also topics that have had minor updates such as non-technical typos and minor clarifications.

You will also find 3 important new topics:

· How to Upgrade the Windows Automated Installation Kit During Site Upgrades to Configuration Manager 2007 SP1
· Troubleshooting Configuration Manager 2007 SP1 Setup
· Step-By-Step Example Deployment of the PKI Certificates Required for Configuration Manager Native Mode: Windows Server 2008 Certification Authority

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