Windows XP support has ended, SQL Server 2008 support will end in July

Windows XP support has ended, SQL Server 2008 support will end in JulyMicrosoft discontinued its support for the Windows XP operating system in April 2014 and is encouraging its customers to update their systems to newer, supported ones. The risks of continuing to use XP are largely associated with data security. More information and instructions from Microsoft on updating your computer can be found here.

OpusCapita will no longer be supporting its own software when it is used in environments that are not supported by the Windows technology that we use. Therefore we encourage all of our customers to check the status of the computers that they use with OpusCapita software.

Mainstream support for SQL Server 2008 and SQL Server 2008R2 will also end on July 8, 2014. Microsoft will provide five-year Mainstream Support for some of its professional products and, in addition to that, five-year Extended Support. SQL Server 2008 and 2008R2 will be on Extended Support as of that date. Product development for these platforms will cease and they will no longer be listed as supported platforms in Microsoft’s future releases of products using SQL Server.

The OpusCapita 2015R1 version that will be released this fall will only support SQL Server 2012 or a newer version of SQL Server. If you would like further information or assistance, please contact your nearest OpusCapita contact person or fill in this contact form and we will be in touch.


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