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Windows 8.1 Support Status

Microsoft released Windows 8.1 on October 17, 2013. Currently, Computing Services is assessing our core software and services for compatibility and future support of the Windows 8.1 operating system update.

At this time, Computing Services does not recommend an upgrade to the Windows 8.1 operating system. We make this recommendation to prevent potential loss in productivity should there be a compatibility issue with essential software or services.

Please check back as we continue to update this page with additional information.

Software and Services Evaluated

Application Compatible Notes
Cyrus Email & Calendar
Andrew Webmail Yes  
Outlook 2010 Yes  
Outlook 2013 Yes  
Exchange Email & Calendar
Outlook 2010

Yes

 
Outlook 2013 Yes  
OWA Yes  
Network Connections
AnyConnect Yes  
DFS Access Pending  
VMWare (Virtual Andrew) Pending  
Wired Yes  
Wireless Yes  
Secure Wireless Yes  
VMWare Fusion Yes  
Security
Identity Finder Pending  
Shibboleth (WebLogin) Pending  
Symantec AntiVirus Pending  
Software
Kerberos Pending  
Web Browsers/Applications
CMS Yes  
Citrix (MyApps) Pending  
Printing
Andrew Printing Pending  
Enterprise Applications
HRIS Pending  
PAS Pending
SIS Pending
Oracle Financials R12 Pending  
Classroom Technology
iClicker Yes
Classroom lectern display Yes  
Video Conference Content display Yes  
Online Course Tools
Blackboard Pending  
OLI Pending  

Questions or Comments

Visit Lynda for Windows 8.1 essential training and more. Take advantage of the many training titles available to you free of charge.

Please direct any questions or comments to the Computing Services Help Center (412-268-HELP or advisor@andrew.cmu.edu) or to your departmental administrator or DSP consultant.

Last Update: 12/03/13