Update post SP2 de SharePoint 2007

Para los que ya han aplicado el SP2 de SharePoint 2007 (WSS/MOSS), existe un known issue y lo que hace es cambiar la licencia del producto a una de Trail Version por unos cuantos meses. Para más información: Service Pack 2 expiration date issue 

El workaround era cambiarla de nuevo manualmente o esperar a que se liberera el Update para que ese cambio se hiciera en automático, finalmente ha sido liberado.

Información importante del Blog del equipo de producto de SharePoint:

The update is applicable to all of the products that this issue affected (see the list in the KB linked below).

Installation instructions and download links for x86 and x64 are available in this KB: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/971620

The direct download link for x86 is: http://download.microsoft.com/download/2/F/5/2F51AB71-1325-49D2-9CB9-18DEC4780E99/office2007-kb971620-fullfile-x86-glb.exe

And for x64: http://download.microsoft.com/download/5/B/B/5BBD34A9-C528-42B0-8A5F-9A8997B25C32/office2007-kb971620-fullfile-x64-glb.exe

We will be updating the existing Service Pack 2 download package with a new package that includes this fix within the next 4-6 weeks.

Thank you for your patience.


Q: How can I tell if the update has worked?
A: The License Type text on the Convert License Type page in Central Administration no longer contains the word “trial”.

Q: I applied the update and now I can’t enter anything in the Convert License Type page in Central Administration, is this right?
A: This is expected behavior if your license type is “Office SharePoint Server with Enterprise Client Access License”. 

Para el artículo completo favor de consultar: Service Pack 2 Update

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