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Hello, we are using navision 5.0. Does somebody know if this version will not be supported by Windows from 2020 ? Thanks
You must be kidding?? :-)
Check search?alpha=Nav for details.
Hi, yes that's something we have heard, but I'm trying to verify it. In your link there is no info about this. Any other info or links ? thanks
I guess we are talking about two different things.
NAV5 has not been officially supported by Microsoft for a long time. (as mentioned in my link)
This means Microsoft doesn't test it anymore and basically doesn't care if it works or not.
However, I think most of NAV5 works fine in current Windows versions like Windows 10, but at some point it probably doesn't work anymore.
At what point the features you are using doesn't work anymore is impossible to say. I guess you will just have to wait and see.
Once it doesn't work, you will need to either upgrade your NAV or downgrade your Windows and ensure it doesn't get upgraded.
Did you expect Microsoft to test every unsupported NAV version with each and every Windows version prior to releasing them?
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