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  • Move to Windows Server 2016 or Straight to 2019

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    I'm the IT manager for a small company and we're currently running a couple of dozen Windows Server 2012R2 Standard servers. We have software assurance and I would like to make the move up to 2016 but 2019 is out already. Generally, we've stayed 1 version back from current (we upgraded to 2012 R2 when 2016 came out) and I don't see any need to be on the bleeding edge but I'm wondering if there is any big reason to go straight to 2019.
    Last edited by Marc_AccuWebHosting; 08-07-2019, 09:46 AM.

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    2016 and 2019 aren't as massively different as say 08 and 12 were. Even the jump from 12R2 to 16 wasn't as bad as I initially thought but there are some pain points.

    there are some technet articles about removed features/no longer being developed features for each OS you should check out, but they're fairly minimal.


    Regards,
    Akshay

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