SUS 2.0 isn't quite in beta yet, so there are many things about the next version that can't be made public, and some items that may change during the beta process. Check back sometime during Q1 of 2004.
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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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