There is an issue with Office Server SP2 where a product expiration date is improperly activated. This means SharePoint will expire as though it was a trial 180 days after SP2 was deployed. This will not affect the normal function of SharePoint up until the expiration date passes. See Brian Smith's blog for more details and a workaround.
Addtionally, see the SharePoint Team blog for more information.
The information and Brian's workaround were very helpful in <a href="http://www.projecthosts.com/newsevents-blog.asp">ensuring that our customers experience no interruption</a> in the hosted EPM services we are providing them.
This is the reason I don't often update software after it was written there are always some kind of issues with the updates. I remember when XP SP2 was causing such a problem.
I am a student of keller grad school and we have to complete a project as part of project management studies/course using Microsoft project.
however i want a trial version initially. if needed i will get licensed copy.
e: Project Server 2007: License type set to trial after loading Office Server Service Pack 2 (SP2)
You can get a trial of Project here - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/bb738012.aspx
REQUIRED FOR PRACTICE FOR TRAINING PMP CERTIFICATION
Nice sources for the project trail shared, thanks for it.