Has a customer ever asked you if CRM 1.2 will run on SBS 2003 R2?
What about Small Business Accounting 2006 on a pre-SP1 SBS box?
Is Vista RC 1 supported in an SBS environment, or is Office 97 supported by WSUS?
The answers to these and many other SBS-related questions can be found on several handy charts you should bookmark today (and Microsoft says that these charts will be kept updated):
- SBS 2003 – Desktop Compatibility Chart
(Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Vista & Office)
- SBS 2003 – Product Technologies Compatibility Chart
(Exchange, ISA, SharePoint, SQL, & WSUS)
- SBS 2003 – Server Application Compatibility Chart
(BCM, CRM, DPM, Project, Virtual Server )
The charts have easy-to-understand red, yellow & green symbols to indicate compatibility:
= The product is an integrated component of Windows SBS, or it is known to be compatible with Windows SBS. The product was tested and you can obtain support for this configuration.
= The product has not been fully tested on Windows SBS and support for this configuration is not available from the Windows SBS product support team. Other groups may offer support for this configuration; contact the appropriate group for information. Some product features may not be fully functional in a Windows SBS environment.
= Not compatible. The product is known not to work and you should not install the product in a Windows SBS environment.
Each entry also has a notes section with hyperlinks to more information where applicable.
Source: The Official SBS Blog