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Mar
15

Access Announces End of Life for Microsoft 2008 SQL Server and Microsoft Server 2008 R2


Valued Access Customers, we wanted to let you know about the end of life timeline for Access’s support of Microsoft 2008 SQL Server and Microsoft Server 2008 R2. These will no longer be supported going forward. Microsoft themselves stopped mainstream support for the latter back in 2014.

 
From now on, you will need to update to SQL Server 2012 or later for new Access products or updates to your existing Access solutions. If you keep using the current version of your Access system, we will continue supporting Microsoft 2008 SQL Server and Microsoft Server 2008 R2 until July 2019 and 2020, respectively, which are the dates that Microsoft will terminate all support for these.


If you have any questions, please contact your Access account manager. Click here to email Kiffer Davis and here to email Clayton Homme.

 


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Sep
1
Things to include when creating a support ticket
Posted by Jeremy Snyder on 09-01-2017 12:41 PM

The world is not a perfect place.  Things do not always go according to plan, and sometimes things fall short of expectations or simply fail.  This is just as true in the software world as it is in life.  When software fails or fails to meet expectations, that is often where the dreaded support ticket is called upon to rectify the situation.

Just in case you’ve never experienced the process, creating a support ticket typically consists of either creating a ticket using our online support ticketing system, calling our support number, or through an email.  The more proactive you can be with providing information on what has been happening, the better the Access Support team will be in getting back to you with a potential solution.

Providing information that covers the following topics can help get your ticket processed by the Access Support team more quickly:

  •        Product & version currently being used
  •        Explanation of the issue
  •        Environment resources such as OS version, Processors, Memory, etc.
  •        Steps on how to reproduce the issue
  •        Actual Results
  •        Expected Results
  •        Supporting documents such as log files, error messages, screenshots, etc.

Our goal at Access is to always provide superior service in a timely fashion so that you, our customer and partner can realize the greatest value and experience from our products.  We greatly appreciate you as our customer and look forward to partnering with you in identifying and solving any issues or deficiencies in our products.

Thank you in advance for assisting us in serving you better!

Jeremy Snyder

Vice-President of Client Services


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Feb
8
End of Life Announcement for MMCM
Posted by Steve Smith on 02-08-2017 10:31 AM

End of Life Announcement for MMCM

(MEDITECH Magic Compatibility Module)

With the latest release of MEDITECH’s official connector called Magic ECM Filer, this year we are announcing a one-year end of life/sunset policy for the Access MMCM. This means on February 1, 2017, MMCM went to end of life status.   We will continue supporting the MMCM for a period of “One Year” from the end of life date.  This will be the case with all Access software solutions going forward and we’ll be sending EOL Announcements as released.   

Please contact us today if you’re still using the MMCM so we can discuss your account and provide you with information on MEDITECH’s official connector! 

If it’s been a while since you’ve had a portfolio update from your Account Manager, please let us know and we’ll help you make the most of your Access solutions.


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Apr
7
EFR V4 Software Sunset
Posted by Steve Smith on 04-07-2014 01:21 PM

End of Life Announcement for EFR V4

 

With the latest release of EFR V5 this year we are announcing a one-year end of life/sunset policy for EFR v4 and the Logical Connect interface. This means on May 1, 2015, EFR V4 will go end of life.   We will continue supporting EFR V4 for a period of “One Year” from the end of life date.  This will be the case with all Access software solutions going forward and we’ll be sending EOL Announcements as released.   

 

Please contact us today if you’re still on EFR 4.0 so we can get your upgrade scheduled!

 

If it’s been a while since you’ve had a portfolio update from your Account Manager, please let us know and we’ll help you make the most of your Access solutions.


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