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End of Life Software

Question asked by mark.bonham Advocate on Nov 14, 2017
Latest reply on Nov 16, 2017 by mark.potts

I have been asked to produce a report from Snow that either shows:

 

  1. End of Life (EOL) software - this covers older versions or legacy software that the business no longer supports (example is Office 2007 or 2010) AND/OR
  2. End of Support (EOS) software - this covers software that the publsiher of that application no longer maintains or give support (example is Adobe Acrobat 8/9 etc)

 

Has anyone set up anything to cover this and do we know if Snow has plans to do same?  rather than reinvent the wheel, looking for possible solutions and if we have canned reports?

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