Microsoft product releases reaching End of Servicing 2024

In 2024, a list of Microsoft product releases will reach their End of Servicing, meaning their end of support, according to a schedule. There will be no new security updates, non-security updates, free or paid assisted support options or online technical content updates.

 

The following product releases, governed by the Modern Policy, will reach their end of support in 2024:

Product End of Servicing Date
Microsoft Configuration Manager, Version 2207 February 12, 2024
Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises (Modern Policy), 2022 release wave 2, version 21.x April 14, 2024
.NET 7 May 14, 2024
Windows 10 Enterprise and Education, Version 21H2 June 11, 2024
Windows 10 IoT Enterprise, Version 21H2 June 11, 2024
Microsoft Configuration Manager, Version 2211 July 19, 2024
Dynamics 365 Business Central on-premises (Modern Policy), 2024 release wave 1, version 22.x October 8, 2024
Windows 11 Enterprise and Education, Version 21H2 October 8, 2024
Windows 11 Home and Pro, Version 22H2 October 8, 2024
Windows 11 IoT Enterprise, Version 21H2 October 8, 2024
Microsoft Configuration Manager, Version 2303 October 24, 2024
PowerShell, PowerShell 7.2 (LTS-current) November 8, 2024
Azure IoT Edge, Version 1.4 (LTS) November 12, 2024
.NET 6.0 (LTS) November 12, 2024

If you are currently using any of those products, we recommend searching for suitable alternatives from Microsoft. The software licensing experts at SCHNEIDER IT MANAGEMENT would be more than happy to assist you with finding the right alternatives. Contact us for free consultancy.

The End of Servicing of these product releases happen according to the Modern Lifecycle Policy of Microsoft. The Modern Lifecycle Policy covers products and services that are serviced and supported continuously. Under this policy, the product or service remains in support if the following criteria are met:

  • Customers must stay current as per the servicing and system requirements published for the product or service
  • Customers must be licensed to use the product or service
  • Microsoft must currently offer support for the product or service.

 

Also read:

Microsoft products retiring in 2024 (schneider.im)

Microsoft products reaching End of Support 2024 (schneider.im)

Microsoft products transitioning to Extended Support 2024 (schneider.im)

 

More information

Note, that there are more products retiring or reaching the end of support in 2024. Please visit: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/lifecycle/end-of-support/end-of-support-2024 for information on all Microsoft products ending support in 2024.

To find the lifecycle information of a specific Microsoft product, please visit: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/lifecycle/products/.

For more information on the Modern Lifecycle Policy of Microsoft, please visit: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/lifecycle/policies/modern.

For software licensing information on Microsoft products, please visit: https://www.schneider.im/software/microsoft/.

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