According to the RTM code for Systems Center Operations Manager 2007 was signed off and is now gold code. It usually takes a few days to get it on the various web sites (Select and MSDN) as all RTM code has to go through a process at Microsoft. It can take a few weeks to get it onto the CD/DVD deliveries.

“Sources within Microsoft tell Techlog that the final code on System Center Operations Manager 2007 was signed off last night. The golden and final code, also known as RTM (Released to Manufacturing) will probably be available for RDP and TAP customers in the coming days. General availability should be in the coming weeks. Expect a big announcement at the upcoming Microsoft Management Summit! ( will be there!)

Sources tell Techlog that the trial version will be available very very soon and that the VLK (volume license) media will contain a tool to convert the trial version to a full version with the correct key. Let’s hope that Microsoft will keep their word and support upgrading from RC2 to RTM.”

The news is on the Techlog site but has not made it to their blog yet.


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