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Microsoft Content Management Server

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Microsoft Content Management Server

Microsoft Content Management Server (MCMS) is a Microsoft product intended for small to medium enterprises that require content management functionality on their web site, intranet or portal.

MCMS 2002

Some of the features offered by this product:

  • Inline content-editing
  • Built-in security model for authors, editors, moderators, template designers, channel managers, and administrators
  • Integrates with Visual Studio, Visual Studio .NET 2003 and Visual Studio 2005
  • Some out-of-the-box placeholders (which are essentially editable portions of a page)
  • Support for multi-language content through parallel channel an connected posting
  • Customizable workflow

The future of MCMS 2002

The web content management capabilities of MCMS 2002 have been integrated into Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. New functionality such as Enterprise Content Management, Business Intelligence, and search has also been included.


Mainstream support ended 14 April 2009, and extended support ended 8 April 2014.[1]

External links



  • Building Websites with Microsoft Content Management Server[2]
  • Advanced Microsoft Content Management Server Development[3]
  • Enhancing Microsoft Content Management Server with ASP.NET[4]


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