Since yesterday, Microsoft offers a documentation update for the Windows Automated Installation Kit (WAIK). The title of this page at the Microsoft Download Center is: "Windows Automated Installation Kit Documentation (Windows Server code named "Longhorn" & Windows Vista SP1 Beta 3)" It seems I missed Beta 1 and Beta 2 of Service Pack 1 for Windows Vista, somehow.
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Who ever published this, obviously didn't catch that Longhorn has been christened Windows Server 2008 some time ago. But he or she must have better information regarding Service Pack 1 for Vista. The last thing I heard about Vista SP1 is that it might come out together with Windows Server 2008. But is there really a Beta 3 of Vista SP1, too? And if so, why isn't it publicly available like the one for WS2k8?