Customers shouldn't have to pay for patching, MS says

(Second of two parts. Click here to read part one.)

LAS VEGAS -- At the Microsoft Management Summit last week, Steve Anderson, Microsoft's director of Windows Server marketing, delivered some long-awaited details on the evolution of Software Update Services, which will now be known as Windows Update Services (WUS). In the second installment of a two-part interview, Anderson discussed why the beta for SUS 2.0 was delayed and how the free utility fits into Microsoft's overall patch management strategy.

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