Microsoft Ends Windows Server 2000 Support

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 14, 2010


As reported by ZDNET, Microsoft has finally ended support for Windows Server 2000 and also cut back on its support for Windows Server 2003. According to this article, the upgrade from Windows Server 2003 to a later version of the software such as Windows Server 2008 could be costly, according to research company eDigitalResearch.


Microsoft has ended support for Windows Server 2000 and also cut back on Windows Server 2003 support.

"All public support for the server operating system ended on Tuesday, Microsoft said on its help and support page. Windows Server 2000 customers will only have access to self-help online support, including access to FAQs and community support forums.

"In addition, the company took Windows Server 2003 off mainstream support, but customers will continue to receive security updates and access to paid support for the software until 2015."

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