Yesterday I posted about a new version of SFT Explorer being available and today I was tipped off about SFT-Check being updated as well. I've commented on SFT-Check before as well so if you're not familiar with that tool then you can read my previous post or get the skinny straight from the horses mouth:
I know I'm repeating myself so don't say you were never warned if something goes awry. This is not a Microsoft tool and as such we make no warranties or guarantee's, nor does Microsoft support the use of this tool in any way. This is one of those 'use at your own risk' type of things but I've heard a lot of good things and think you'll find it very helpful.
J.C. Hornbeck | Manageability Knowledge Engineer