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SMS Server/Client Version for Windows 2008 Upgrade

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Can you please help me to get the correct Version of SMS Srever and Client which supports Windows 2008 upgrade.

Also if any one has the complete compatible application / tool lists which support Windows 2008 OS upgrade.
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Does this help?

http://www.microsoft.com/systemcenter/configurationmanager/en/us/sms.aspx

As far as I know, SMS is obsolete, SCCM is its current incarnation.
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