XP SP2-The saga of delays continue!

Monday, August 16, was set to be D-day for the automatic delivery of Microsoft’s Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2).

But at the last minute, the Redmond software vendor decided to push back by at least nine days the Windows Update/Automatic Update launch date for its collection of security fixes and features. Microsoft cited customer demand as the reason for the delay. A number of corporate customers are not ready to deploy SP2 and need to use Microsoft’s recently introduced toolkit for temporarily blocking SP2 delivery until they can adequately test the release with their custom and third-party software.

News source: eWeek

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