The end of NAV2013 and NAV2013R2 lives

Yesterday, Cumulative Update 56 for Dynamics NAV 2013 and Cumulative Update 49 for Dynamics NAV 2013R2 have been released. But these will be the last cumulative updates for this two Dynamics NAV versions with just a few platform and application hotfixes.

Why the last time? Well, from January 9th 2018, Microsoft will finish with the mainstream support for these NAV versions. Customers with active service plan can continue to use already released hotfixes and help via Customer Service. But I think that the best idea for all these customers is to upgrade their solution. And not only for owners of these versions; I think that the best solution for all clients is to stay current with new versions all the time.

And just to be precisely, Extended Support will continue with existing until:

  • January 10th 2023 for Dynamics NAV 2013
  • January 9th 2023 for Dynamics NAV 2013R2

Retirement Road Sign with blue sky and clouds.

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3 thoughts on “The end of NAV2013 and NAV2013R2 lives

  1. Hello,

    I know it is off-topic, but I don ‘t know whom to ask: do you have any idea when a beta version of Dynamics NAV 2018 will be available for partners, if it will available after all? Or some documentation?

    I mean, there are two weeks left till the official launch.

    Thanks.

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    • I don’t know if beta will be available, because as you mentioned we have just 2 weeks until NAV2018 will become official release. In the beginning it was not an idea to publish this version and maybe because of that this is missed. But you can go on MS Dynamics Team blog and find and URL to preview VM and try the most of features.

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