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Test and Certify Control Center 6.0.0.1 and 6.1.1 for Windows Server 2016

Shops that are setting up new server environments are starting to move towards Windows Server 2016.  Having versions 6.0.0.1 and 6.1.1 both tested and certified to run on Windows Server 2016 would help keep the server environments more standardized.  Instead of having some on 2012 for some applications and others on 2016 for other applications.

  • Guest
  • Apr 18 2018
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Shops that are setting up new server environments are starting to move towards Windows Server 2016.  Having versions 6.0.0.1 and 6.1.1 both tested and certified to run on Windows Server 2016 would help keep the server environments more standardized.  Instead of having some on 2012 for some applications and others on 2016 for other applications.

  • Guest commented
    30 Apr, 2019 09:18pm

    Windows Server 2016 is officially supported in ICC 6.1.2 onwards. Please feel free to follow up for any concern about previous versions

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