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Microsoft denies XP SP3 set for 2007

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    Microsoft denies XP SP3 set for 2007

    Windows XP users will have to wait until next year for Service Pack 3, despite a "mistaken" press release which suggested otherwise. Windows XP SP3, the next major roll-up of security patches and bug fixes for the still-popular operating system, was mentioned twice in a Microsoft statement posted from Interop on Monday. The release, which touted interoperable protocol efforts between Juniper Networks and Microsoft, said at one point that "Windows Vista supports this protocol today and Windows Server 2008 and Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3) will support it as well later this year."

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