SP1 for Windows SharePoint Services and SharePoint Portal Server 2003

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Microsoft has two information sharing and collaboration platforms for Windows Server 2003:

Service pack 1 has been released for each of these platforms and is available from the Microsoft website (WSS, SPS). SPS SP1 requires WSS SP1 to have been installed. Once installed, neither of these updates can be removed.

Full details of WSS SP1 are available in Microsoft knowledge base article 841876. Similarly, full details of SPS SP1 are available in Microsoft knowledge base article 841883.

Note that if multiple WSS servers are being used in a web farm, these should all be updated to SP1 at the same time as described in Microsoft knowledge base article 875358. For SPS, see Microsoft knowledge base article 875371.

The Windows SharePoint Services Administrator’s Guide has been updated for SP1 and there is also a SharePoint Portal Server Administrator’s Guide.

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