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windows-server-2016Microsoft is expected to announce the final release of Windows Server 2016 at the Ignite conference in Atlanta.

We understand that many IT Admins are keenly interested to take advantage of the benefits this new OS. Here is the current support of our server products:

 

Universal Type Server

Universal Type Server version 6.1.1 has been tested and is compatible with Windows Server 2016.

NOTE:  The Standard and Datacenter Editions of Windows Server 2016 are the supported versions. Nano and Server Core versions may work but haven’t been tested. Please contact Extensis Technical Support with issues

 

Portfolio 2016

Portfolio 2016 version 2.5.3 has been tested and is compatible with Windows Server 2016.

NOTE:  The Standard and Datacenter Editions of Windows Server 2016 are the supported versions. Nano and Server Core versions may work but haven’t been tested. Please contact Extensis Technical Support with issues

 

Questions?

Please let us know if you have any specific questions or concerns about running Extensis products on Windows Server 2016.

You can place a comment below, or contact our Technical Support team at www.extensis.com/support


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UPDATED September 9, 2015

Microsoft Windows 10 officially became available today.

The following is the current support for Extensis products and Windows 10.


Font Management Products

Suitcase Fusion

The current version of Suitcase Fusion 6, v17.2 is compatible with Windows 10. Use the Check for Updates feature to download the update, or download the newest installer from the Support page.

Universal Type Server

Universal Type Client

The current version of the Universal Type Client 5, v 5.2.1 is is compatible with Windows 10. Download and run the newest installer from the Support page.

Server

The Server requires a server-class operating system and hardware. It is not supported for use on Windows 10. See this page for supported configurations.

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Digital Asset Management Products

Portfolio

Portfolio Web, Express & NetPublish

Windows 10 includes an entirely new browser, Edge. We have tested Portfolio Web, Portfolio Administration and Portfolio NetPublish sites using Edge and have not found any issues. Windows 10 is now an officially supported operating system for use with these applications.

Server

The Server requires a server-class operating system and hardware. It is not supported for use on Windows 10. See this page for supported configurations.


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