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RH2020 - Installing on Windows 2016 server

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Aug 30, 2021 Aug 30, 2021

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The RH 2020 software specifications mention Windows 7 or 10 as the OS. However, I tried installing RH 2020 on Windows 2016 server and it installed and is working perfectly. Does that mean Windows 2016 server is supported?

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Adobe Employee , Aug 30, 2021 Aug 30, 2021

Just to add on top of (and confirm) what has already been commented: Yes, it a) would be a violation of the license agreement and b) is not supported.

 

Please contact techcomm@adobe.com to discuss your specific needs for your scenario and I'm sure we can find a solution 🙂

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Aug 30, 2021 Aug 30, 2021

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Nope, and that may be a license violation too - it's only supposed to be installed on a workstation.

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Nope, it means you'll likely find something breaks later. Definitely not supported. 

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Just to add on top of (and confirm) what has already been commented: Yes, it a) would be a violation of the license agreement and b) is not supported.

 

Please contact techcomm@adobe.com to discuss your specific needs for your scenario and I'm sure we can find a solution 🙂

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