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Short Take: Microsoft works on SMS fix

Microsoft made a mistake on the installation instructions to its newly released Systems Management Server (SMS) 2.0. The startup screen tells users they need to install "SP4a" before running SMS 2.0. "SP4a" doesn't exist. The correct message should have read "SP4," said the company; they are working on a fix. SMS allows users to manage desktops and servers running Windows-based operating systems.

Microsoft made a mistake on the installation instructions to its newly released Systems Management Server (SMS) 2.0. The startup screen tells users they need to install "SP4a" before running SMS 2.0. "SP4a" doesn't exist. The correct message should have read "SP4," said the company; they are working on a fix. SMS allows users to manage desktops and servers running Windows-based operating systems.