Microsoft promised last week at Ignite that service packs for System Center Configuration Manager 2012 R2 and 2012 would roll out this week. I confirmed then with Microsoft reps that the service packs would roll out today, May 14, 2015, and it looks like that promise has been kept.
Today System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager SP1 and System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP2 are generally available at the following links:
MSDN subscribers can expect the service packs to show up for download in the next week or so.
To get a good understanding of what both service packs offer, check out:
The primary new features are Windows 10 support and hybrid integration with Microsoft Intune.
Stay tuned. We'll dig deeper into all the new features and enhancements soon.
P.S. Microsoft delivered rollups for Configuration Manager last week. If you've not applied those rollups yet, don't. All of the fixes included in the rollups are provided in the service packs.