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NAV 2009 , 2009 SP1 & 2009 R2 - Farewell on 13 January 2015.

Hi all,

In a official statement from Microsoft it have been confirmed that Now it time to say Bye Bye to NAV 2009 Series.

Mainstream Support for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 Ends January 13, 2015.

With this Statement Microsoft Says Good Bye to CLASSIC CLIENT. 

Here is What Microsoft Says -

​Mainstream support for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009, including 2009 SP1 and 2009 R2, ends January 13, 2015 per the Microsoft Support Lifecycle Policy.

Customers who are current on a service plan can continue to access the following benefits through CustomerSource:

•Previously released Upgrades, Updates, Service Packs, Fixes and Regulatory/Tax Updates

•Self-Help Support through Knowledge Base articles and online content

•Unlimited Online Training

Paid support (including Premier, Essential, Pay-Per incident, and Microsoft Dynamics Advantage and Advantage Plus plans or any other paid support plan) will be available through the length of extended support. Extended support for Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2009 ends January 2020.

For Microsoft Articles Refer Here.

So Let's gear up for NAV 2015 as we all need to keep us updated.

I agree -"Things were great earlier but the fact is they don't exist any more, now its time we need to get over with it and move ahead." 

Stay Tuned.

Saurav Dhyani


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