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LR 12.6XX support for Windows Server 2016

Dear Community members,

As of Feb 2019, MicroFocus recommends Windows 7 or 2012 R2 for LR12.62. As 2012 R2 is out of stnadard support, does MF has any tentative plans to make server 2016 100% compatible with LR12.6XX. For now though 2016 works for basic LR functionalities, there are still lot of areas(irrespective of protocol) that don't work. We have logged some issues with the support team but we want to know how long it will take MF to include 2016 in the recommended OS as we have purchased the license recenly and looking to build the environment. If it is near future we can live with the issues we face with 2016.

Regards

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LR 12.55 support for Windows Server 2016

Hello LoadRunner experts - just wanted to get an update - now in 2020, is LoadRunner (including Controller and stand-alone Load Generator) working with Windows Server 2016? 

We have LR 12.55 - VuGen build 0911, Controller build 857, and the Analysis build is 761 .

Thank you

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Re: LR 12.55 support for Windows Server 2016

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Re: LR 12.55 support for Windows Server 2016

This is for LR 2020. Should I assume that 12.55 also works with Windows 16, including a stand-alone Load Generator installed on a separate VM or physical machine? I don't see that mentioned in the requirements.
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