I think that we switched to v11 when we went to Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2005, and now run v12 on Windows Server 2008 and SQL Server 2012. But I would have thought that you could get away with 10.5 on Win2008/SQL2005, judging by the release dates. But it strikes me as a bit odd that you seem worried about running on an unsupported operating system, and database, but relaxed about running an unsupported application?
Thank you Olly. You are right that it’s a bit odd…..bordering on silly! But I’m afraid I don’t write the checks! ☺ So in this case, I’m just doing some background checking of questions I can anticipate being asked when I propose bringing us up to date on everything.
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