Microsoft Products Reaching End of Support in the Second Half of 2014
Microsoft Products Reaching End of Support
A new advisory from Microsoft warns users (and businesses) that support for a number of software products is coming to an end soon, and those running these solutions should make plans to upgrade to newer releases as soon as possible. If you have any questions regarding support for a product, or need technical support, contact us.
Service Packs Retiring: Support for the following Service Packs will retire in the next 6 months. Customers should migrate to the next available Service Pack to continue to receive security updates and be eligible for other support options.
Key Products Transitioning from Mainstream Support to Extended Support: The following products will be moving into Extended Support in the next 6 months. Extended Support lasts for 5 years and includes security updates at no cost, and paid hotfix support. Additionally, Microsoft will not accept requests for design changes or new features during the Extended Support phase.
Key Products Transitioning from Extended Support to End of Support: The following products will be reaching end of support in the next 6 months. There will be no new security updates, non-security hotfixes, free or paid assisted support options or online technical content updates.