Service Pack 2

Service Pack 2 may refer to:

  • Windows 2000, Service Pack 2
  • Windows Server 2003, Service Pack 2
  • Windows Server 2008, Service Pack 2
  • Windows Vista, Service Pack 2
  • Windows XP, Service Pack 2

Note: Service Pack 2 may also refer to patches released for a number of other Microsoft products.

Other articles related to "service pack 2, service pack, pack, service":

Microsoft Flight Simulator X - Patches and Expansions - Service Pack 2
... Microsoft released another service pack for Flight Simulator X about the same time as its expansion pack (below) ... It also adds the capability for players who do not have the expansion pack to participate in multiplayer activities with users of the expansion pack, along with support for ... the documentation users are required to install service pack 1 before installing service pack 2 ...
Microsoft Response Point - Service Pack 2
... Intercom allows you to make 2-way intercom calls or send 1-way pages to individuals or groups using the intercom system ... Configure VoIP service with an on-premise gateway device that helps improve service quality ... Digital service ...

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