Microsoft has released a new beta version toolkit for system upgrading assessment and planning for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 migration and virtualization projects.
The new release Microsoft Assessment and Planning (MAP) Toolkit version 4.0 is a help tool to get a quick inventory of a computer then form reports for a user. It is designed to a user to accelerate migration and readiness, the company said.
According to Microsoft, The Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit is a network-wide IT infrastructure discovery, inventory and assessment tool that can help you get a very accurate picture of your IT assets and landscape.
Last February, Microsoft announces the first capability of MAP Toolkit version 3.2 to run on beta version of Windows 7 OS.
Windows 7 will be out on October 22 and it seems the release of the new beta toolkit clears the way of the new OS.
To download the Microsoft Assessment and Planning beta version visit MAP 4.0.