Overview Products reach their end of life for various reasons. These reasons may be due to changes in demand, technology innovation and changes in competitive landscape, or the products simply mature over time and are replaced by new ones. While this is an established part of the overall product life cycle, F-Secure recognizes that end-of-life milestones often prompt customers to review the way in which such milestones impact the F-Secure products in their environments. With this in mind, we have set out F- Secure's End of Life Policy to help customers better manage product end-of-life transition and to understand the role that F-Secure can play in helping them to migrate to alternative F-Secure products and solutions. Risks of using products after their End-of-Life date The threat landscape is constantly evolving, which also means changes in the protection offered by F-Secure. Old products cannot respond to all the current threats. Security fixes and non-security fixes are not provided for unsupported product versions. Virus definition updates are not tested with End-of-Lifed products. This may decrease the protection capability and reliability of old products, causing, for example, the malfunctioning of the product, conflicts with third party software, false positives and negatives. Lifecycle Policy:
Nano Server[ edit ] Microsoft announced a new installation option, Nano Server, which offers a minimal-footprint headless version of Windows Server. It excludes the graphical user interface, WoW64 support for bit software and Windows Installer. It does not support console login , either locally or via Remote Desktop Connection. Starting with the new feature release of Windows Server version , Nano Server can only be installed inside a container host. Previously, the Server team was more closely aligned with the Windows client team. The Azure team is also working closely with the Server team.
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Feb 7, - Understanding Microsoft End of Support policies can be confusing. changes to the Semi-Annual Channel pack with Windows Server Windows Server is a server operating system developed by Microsoft as part of the Storage quality of service (QoS) to centrally monitor end-to-end storage performance and create policies using Hyper-V and Scale-Out File Servers. Below is a list of software that has or soon will reach its end of life and support. Microsoft Windows 8 – January 12, users must upgrade to Windows