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Does VM Explorer work on Windows Server 2019

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Does VM Explorer work on Windows Server 2019?

In the release notes of v 7.1 Windows Server 2019 is not mentioned as a supported platform. The last supported version is Windows Server 2016.

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Re: Does VM Explorer work on Windows Server 2019

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VM Explorer does currently not support Windows 2019.

You can vote for this within "Idea Exchange":

https://community.microfocus.com/t5/Data-Protector-Idea-Exchange/Please-support-VM-Explorer-on-Windows-Server-2019/idi-p/1770943

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Re: Does VM Explorer work on Windows Server 2019

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VM Explorer does currently not support Windows 2019.

You can vote for this within "Idea Exchange":

https://community.microfocus.com/t5/Data-Protector-Idea-Exchange/Please-support-VM-Explorer-on-Windows-Server-2019/idi-p/1770943

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ICTSFI Contributor.
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Thank you for the reply Michael. I have voted for the idea. I hope more Hyper-V users will vote too.

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ben_g Regular Contributor.
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Do we really need to vote for this for it to be implemented? Seriously?

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ICTSFI Contributor.
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Has anyone tried to run VM Explorer on Windows Server 2019? I might assume it just works. I would really like to start implementing it, even if it is not officially supported.

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I have something similar Problem.
I have created a new Windows 10 System and Windows Server 2019 Datacenter.
After the installation, I always get the message that the version 7.1.1 is no longer valid.
how can that be?
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