Forefront Security for SharePoint with Service Pack 2 was released today!


 


Hi all. My name is Steve Lindsay and I’m a developer in the tools and infrastructure test


group for Forefront Server Security. My role involves writing the test tools and


infrastructure used by the test team to write automated test plans against the Forefront


suite of products. I’ll be getting a little more involved with the blog over the coming


weeks but I thought I’d start by bringing you a quick post letting you know that we


released Forefront Security for SharePoint with Service Pack 2 today.


 


 


SharepointThe goal of this release is to provide


support for the new Windows Server


2008 platform, expand the keyword


filtering capabilities by including


installable lists to help customers


filter out profanity and discriminatory


words in 11 languages, and provide a


roll-up of software fixes that help


facilitate the administration of this


security solution.


 


 


You should upgrade to Forefront Security for SharePoint with Service Pack 2 if you are


moving to Windows Server 2008 or want to take advantage of the new installable


profanity and discriminatory keyword lists.  You are also encouraged to upgrade to the


SP2 release to install a roll-up of the latest software fixes. 


 


Try the new Forefront Security for SharePoint with SP2 by visiting:


http://www.microsoft.com/forefront/sharepoint/en/us/try-it.aspx


 


Steve.

Comments (2)

  1. Anonymous says:

    Can you now (post SP2) run ForeFront for SharePoint and Exchange on the same server box?

    Previously (SP1) it was an unsupported configuration.

    Cheers

    Out_theBack

  2. Lori says:

    Is there a separate download of ONLY SP2?  I already have Forefront Security for Sharepoint installed and I just want to apply SP2.