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we still use 2009 RTC/Classic, but on Windows Server/SQL 2008.
Due to potential security issues I would like to move my NAV2009 to the most actual Server (e.g. 2016) and SQL (whatever version possible).
Does anyone has experience and knows what will work and what don't?
thanks in advance
It may support, you have to try it.
Officially it supports SQL Server 2012
I don't see why not. Just do a test first to see if everything is okay.
any hint where we need to look after it starts?
Usually such configs tend to have unforeseeable side effects ...
If you can make a connection and do some transactions, and if you don't see any issues then you should be good. Try with different users/permissions.
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