System Center 2012 Service Pack 1 Beta is out

Being a ConfigMgr Open Beta Participant, I’ve just received an email about the release of Service Pack 1 beta:

The System Center Configuration Manager team is pleased to announce the release of System Center 2012 Configuration Manager Service Pack 1 (SP1) Beta! This build is now available for download on the Microsoft Download Center.

But that’s not all!

Microsoft have also released a Service Pack for all other System Center products – SCOM, App controller, SCDPM and others.

Among the new features of SCCM Service Pack 1 you can find:

  • Full support for Windows 8 and Server 2012 – You can manage it, deploy to it and even deploy it
  • Automation of administrative tasks through PowerShell support
  • You can now install SCCM client on MAC Computers, Unix and Linux
  • Email notification for all features  – not just Endpoint Protection
  • Manage policies for new Windows 8 client-side caching, roaming user profiles, and folder redirection features

And more…

 

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This is only Beta version – you should not install it on your production environment.

Also, you cannot upgrade your old test environment – if you have a lab with ConfigMgr 2012 or 2007 you will have to create a new machine and do a fresh installation of the Beta version.

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