New Categories Under BizTalk Family


HIS 2009

There will be a new product category added to your WSUS server Products and Classifications dialog, under the BizTalk family.  The new category will be titled Host Integration Server 2009.  The Host Integration Server 2009 category will allow all classifications of updates to be offered to the 2009 Host Integration Server product.

 

Biz Talk Server 2006 R2

There will be a new product category added to your WSUS server Products and Classifications dialog, under the BizTalk family.  The new category will be titled BizTalk Server 2006 R2.  The BizTalk Server 2006 R2 category will allow all classifications of updates to be offered to the 2006 R2 BizTalk Server product.

 

BizTalk Server 2009

There will be a new product category added to your WSUS server Products and Classifications dialog, under the BizTalk family.  The new category will be titled BizTalk Server 2009.  The BizTalk Server 2009 category will allow all classifications of updates to be offered to the 2009 BizTalk Server product.

 


Comments (8)

  1. Anonymous says:

    I was wondering if there was an update to the WSUS categories for BizTalk 2010?

    Thanks,

  2. EXrider says:

    How about a separate categories for Itanium releases?  It's ludicrous to waste so much bandwidth and storage space assuming the typical end-user wants updates for a dead platform that less than 10% of the market uses.  Microsoft has even announced that there will not be an IA-64 version in the next release of Windows Server.

  3. EXrider says:

    How about separate categories for Itanium releases?  It's ludicrous to waste so much bandwidth and storage space assuming the typical end-user wants updates for a dead platform that less than 10% of the market uses.  Microsoft has even announced that there will not be an IA-64 version in the next release of Windows Server.

  4. EXrider says:

    How about separate categories for Itanium releases?  It's ludicrous to waste so much bandwidth and storage space assuming the typical end-user wants updates for a dead platform that less than 10% of the market uses.  Microsoft has even announced that there will not be an IA-64 version in the next release of Windows Server.

  5. Getting annoyed says:

    *Bump*

    When will Biztalk 2010 be added?

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