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What You Need to Know About Microsoft’s End of Support Products


Windows Server 2012/2012 R2  

EOS Date: 10/10/2023 

Microsoft will no longer provide security updates for Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 after October 2023. Like the other Microsoft products on this list, continuing to use these versions of Windows Server after the EOS date could spell disaster for your business.  

It’s a good idea to migrate to a new version of Windows Server now. That’s because the planning required for such a migration can be significant. Windows Server is likely a core component of your IT system, and migration mistakes could impact business workflows. Working with a Microsoft partner can help you plan a strategy to modernize your IT systems, which might include migrating to the cloud or executing a more traditional upgrade.  

Tip: There is an option to purchase extended security updates for up to three years past the EOS date for a Microsoft product. Also, if you migrate EOS workloads to Azure, you will receive free extended security updates for three years.  

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