Configuration Manager 2007 – Mainstream Support End!

Last updated on September 25th, 2021 at 09:11 pm

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As most of you should already know by now, Configuration Manager 2007 in any of its versions is now no longer supported as the mainstream support deadline passed on 8th July 2014.

This means that you should now be looking at moving over to 2012 R2 as soon as possible (its a much better system anyway!). If you require any help in upgrading or starting from scratch, feel free to comment with any queries you may have and we will post a guide for any issues you may be running into.

If you have extended support then you have until July 2019 for your support to expire.

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