Has anyone installed SP1 for Server 2008 R2 on LDMS 9.0 SP2?
SP1 for Server 2008 R2 is supported and will be added to the matrix shortly.
I have also installed it a few times as well and all is working. I woudl still stay away from .net 4.0 though.
To clarify, the Microsoft Service Pack was released after we had already shipped LD9 SP2. We will support users who apply this to their SP2 core server as we have completed short cycle testing with this configuration for the MCPs.
But for the Official Matrix we plan showing it supported with LD9SP3 as that will be given a full system test.
Thanks for the info.... BUT,
As discussed elsewhere it was mentioned in the webcast on 12 may 2011 that LANDesk will not be releasing LDMS SP3 any time soon or at all. It was also mentioned in the same webcast that september was a possiblity.
Calls to LANDesk also give the same useless information, it will be supported in LDMS SP3 but we dont knwo when or if it will be released!
PLEASE could someone step up and give us some definitive answers? Maybe someone should clean up the critical bulletins under LANDesk Management Suite in the user community (Its still tells everyone about SP1 and other stuff over a year old!) and create one to address this question?
Please also address why the MCP system seems to have ground to a halt? Almost no MCP's since the whole idea was announced. Have they stopped in order to develop the possible Service pack?
Sorry if you think im hijacking this post but I feel that someone NEEDS to address these questions to give some clarity on what we can expect and when, rather that the ifs, buts, maybe's, and the broken promises.
Thank you for getting back to me Brandon. That is probably not the response I wanted to hear being that we currently do not have a support contract. I have searched and have not seen anything on the forum about SP1 taking down a LDMS 9 SP2 installation. Till we get our support contract back in place I am going to hold off but at some point I need to ensure that the core is brought up to the sufficient patch release.