As I couldn't find an answer on this. Is SQL Anywhere 11.x supported on a windows server 2012?

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I have no official answer - but you may look at this related question...

(07 Nov '12, 11:41) Volker Barth
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I already bumped into that page but it doesn't mention anything about windows server 2012. Probably because it's still very new. Although is there any support planned for 11.x or will it only be supported on 12.x and higher?

(08 Nov '12, 02:09) ddn
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Sorry, I've linked to the wrong page - the (still unanswered) question is here - and yes, it seems that both 11.0.1 and 12.0.1 as active versions are affected:

Support of Windows 8, 2012 or RT?

(08 Nov '12, 02:53) Volker Barth

We are actively working on testing Windows Server 2012. Expect the info to be updated in the days-to-weeks timeframe.

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version 11.1 Windows 8 (x86 and x64 - EBF #2878 or higher required)

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