Removed and deprecated items for Configuration Manager clients
Applies to: System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch)
This article describes products and operating systems that are removed from support for Configuration Manager clients, or will be removed in a future update (deprecated). It provides early notice about future changes that might affect your use of Configuration Manager.
This information may change in the future. It might not include each deprecated feature, product, or operating system.
Deprecated client operating systems
Unless noted otherwise, each supported OS is supported as a Configuration Manager client until the Extended Support End Date of that OS version. For more information about extended support end dates, see the Microsoft Support Lifecycle. If Configuration Manager support for an OS ends before the extended support end date, this article lists a deprecation date and support removal date for that OS.
|Operating systems||Deprecation first announced||Support removed|
|Linux and UNIX||March 22, 2018|
|Windows 8: Professional, Enterprise||January 12, 2016||Version 1802|
|Windows Embedded 8 Pro||January 12, 2016||Version 1802|
|Windows Embedded 8 Industry||January 12, 2016||Version 1802|
|Windows XP Embedded
Includes all XP-based embedded operating systems
|July 10, 2015||Version 1702|
|Windows Vista||July 10, 2015||Version 1511|
|Windows Server 2003 R2||July 10, 2015||Version 1511|
|Windows Server 2003||July 10, 2015||Version 1511|
|Windows XP||July 10, 2015||Version 1511|
|Mac OS X 10.6 - 10.8||July 10, 2015||Version 1511|
|Windows Mobile 6.0 - 6.5||July 10, 2015||Version 1511|
|Nokia Symbian Belle||July 10, 2015||Version 1511|
|Windows CE 5.0 - 6.0||July 10, 2015||Version 1511|
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