Fully baked RTM bits for MOSS and WSS V3 are up…

I dont normally like to just post up stuff i find on others blogs ... but this is important 🙂

The WSS and MOSS bits are up on microsoft.com for download now.

MOSS: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=2e6e5a9c-ebf6-4f7f-8467-f4de6bd6b831&DisplayLang=en
WSS: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=d51730b5-48fc-4ca2-b454-8dc2caf93951&DisplayLang=en

Kudos to Angus & John Hodgson for these.

UPDATE:  Please read the following post for infomation on Installation instructions & Product Keys: Announcing the RTW of WSS and Office SharePoint Server 2007 Standard and Enterprise Evaluation!

UPDATE: Please note you will need to get a PID for MOSS.  Instructions for getting this will be posted on http://blogs.msdn.com/sharepoint shortly.


Comments (5)
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  2. Kggordon says:

    What is the difference between WSS3 and MOSS2007?

    During the BETA, I installed WSS3 on top of my MOSS2007 B2 TR and all heck broke loose.

    When would I install WSS3 rather than MOSS2007.

    I’ve been searching the blogs and product site but can’t seem to find a citation that give a clear understanding of the differences

  3. chjohn says:

    First up … MOSS is an application that is built on top of WSS.  So if you have MOSS installed there is no need to install WSS … as that has already been done.

    MOSS adds a lot more funcationality on top of WSS.  Also WSS does not cost you on top of your Windows Server 2003 licence … whereas MOSS does.

    WSS Overview: http://www.microsoft.com/technet/windowsserver/sharepoint/techinfo/overview.mspx

    MOSS Overview: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepointserver/HA101656531033.aspx

    I hope this clears things up.


  4. Randy Schmidt says:

    Hi Chris,

    Any idea where Microsoft is hiding the download of SharePoint Designer 2007 RTM? We cannot find it anywhere and we kind of need it. Hard to do workflows, customization, etc. without it.


  5. chjohn says:

    Hi Randy,

    Sorry about the delay in getting back to you … but SPD is now up on MSDN for you.  It took a while to get it up there.


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