Microsoft seems to be missing their expected dates all around. Apparently, they need to make more changes to other programs besides Vista, including the Small Business Server that should have been released in mid-August.
A routine check found that portions of the Small Business Server code wasn’t final and ready for public use. So, Microsoft is working to fix the glitch. A company spokeswoman said, "Microsoft plans to swap in the 'final' code, then reissue Small Business Server 2003 R2 to its manufacturing partners."
How long will it be before the server is released? Four to six weeks according to Microsoft. That puts it around late September or early October. Stay tuned for updates, though, as you never know when Microsoft might change its mind.
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