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100% Open Source Release (1.2.1) now available!

Question asked by paulhh on Apr 30, 2006
Latest reply on May 2, 2006 by paulhh
We would like to announce that the completely, 100% Open Source  Release of Alfresco is now available (V1.2.1).  This release brings into the Community version all the "enterprise" functionality, including: groups, LDAP and Active Directory integration, single sign-on and high-availability (clustering & replication).  There are also a couple of enhancements for search.

There are full installers for Windows and Linux.  These include everything you need to run Alfresco (Java, MySQL, Tomcat, OpenOffice) in a wizard-based install.

All downloads are on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=143373

Release notes for V1.2.1 can be found in our wiki here: http://www.alfresco.org/mediawiki/index.php/Release_1.2.1

Please see http://www.alfresco.com if you are interested in the fully supported Enterprise Network.

Thank you again for your continued support,

The Alfresco Team.

IMPORTANT NOTE: It will take at least 24 hours for SourceForge to update its mirrors for the downloads to become available! Suggest you try the European SourceForge mirrors first as they appear to update faster.

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