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Deploying W2K3 SP1: What Breaks?
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 4/17/2005 01:49:00 PM.

W2K3 SP1 is essentially the server counterpart of WinXP SP2.

The service pack for server is geared to security-related fixes and updates. It is expected that about 80 percent of "major server apps" will work out of the box. That means 20 percent need tweaks like turning off the MS Firewall.

Microsoft's KB has a good entry with the results of the Redmond "Windows Application Experience" test teams with SP1. They grabbed 127 server apps and tried it on W2K3 with SP1. Here are the results:


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