2 Replies Latest reply on Feb 8, 2019 3:21 AM by phoffmann

    Windows Server 2019 Endpoint Support

    Ryan.Brackey Rookie

      Looking to see when Windows Server 2019 support will become available, and what version release will it be in.  I do not see it listed on the supported platforms matrix located here Supported Platforms and Compatibility Matrix for LANDESK Management Suite/Ivanti Endpoint Manager .

        • 1. Re: Windows Server 2019 Endpoint Support
          MarXtar ITSMMVPGroup

          Doesn't completely answer the question since we still need Ivanti to update that reference document but they did post this: New Ivanti Endpoint Manager Content Available - 10/04/2018

           

          In there, Windows Server 2019 content is included.

           

          In general you will find that the newer OS will work as an endpoint but there 'might' be some issues as they haven't fully tested against it. If Ivanti can answer here that's great but also maybe ask the question directly of support to get their response since being supported is the critical part.

           

          Don't expect 2019 as a Core anytime soon though

           

          Mark McGinn

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          • 2. Re: Windows Server 2019 Endpoint Support
            phoffmann SupportEmployee

            To fill in a few blanks, as I've had to clarify this myself.

             

            As a Core Server -- not presently supported (since the OS came out after release). Likely to be supported with EPM 2019.x

             

            As a client OS -- full support should be added with 2018.3 SU2 (which should go into limited release in a few weeks), unless there's more problems with it (either the SU or Windows Server 2019).

             

            Official support will be reflected in - Supported Platforms and Compatibility Matrix for LANDESK Management Suite/Ivanti Endpoint Manager - once it's added in. But the above should help lay down some expectations at least.

             

            (For what it's worth, if you need to do some early acceptance testing, a 2018.3 + SU1 client *will* install, but will report it back as a Server 2016 OS).