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I haven't seen a recent update on this topic and I'm about to embark on the Dynamics CRM journey. I am loathe to use Windows Server 2016 due to countless issues with Windows Updates (Different issue for another thread).
Microsoft hasn't appeared to update their Minimum / supported system requirements for over 18 months.
1. Does Microsoft officially provide support for Dynamics on Windows 2019 or have plans to?
2. Is Microsoft still actively developing Dynamics and interested in supporting it moving forward? (a lack of progression to the latest OS points puts this into question).
Thanks for your time.
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Microsoft is actively developing Dynamics and adding new features, especially Dynamics 365 Online (v9.2) and the updates will be backported to Dynamics On-premise version.
You say it's still actively developed and supported by pointing to an 18 month old post which points to a page that hasn't been updated in over 2 years.
You are essentially forcing us to use outdated technology simply because someone won't verify it works and support your own product working on your own O/S?
Downgrading our standard server O/S to a problematic version sounds insane.
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