MAP Toolkit 9.9.12 Now Available!



MAP Toolkit 9.9.12 Now Available!

This release of the MAP Toolkit includes a pop-up windows for Password Mismatch error message, so Jaws can read it, changes in Azure Readiness Assessment report, Windows Environment Summary Report, added support for two sound cards and video cards addition for Linux machines and bug fixes such as Linux Assessment failure issues and Skype for Business 2015 code fixes. MAP Toolkit also helps organizations assess their environment for Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, SQL Server 2017, Office 2016 and Office 365, track usage of Windows Server 2016, SharePoint Server 2016, and Exchange Server 2016, and preparing a migration to Microsoft Azure virtual machines.

Click here to download the latest version. Please click here to get more details.

 

You asked, We listened

As part of the MAP team’s ongoing improvement initiatives for this release, we reviewed a number of feedback submissions and implemented changes based on the MAP community’s suggestions.  We’d love to hear more. Please send comments and suggestions to mapfdbk@microsoft.com.


Comments (3)

  1. sime3000 says:

    Thanks for this.
    Now that Windows Server 2019 has been released can we get some guidance on 1) Whether or not the MAP Toolkit 9.9.12 is supported for installation on Windows Server 2019 and if not what release will support this 2) Whether or not the MAP Toolkit 9.9.12 can be used reliably to gather data from Windows Server 2019 installations and if not when will there be a version that will.

    1. Hi,

      Sorry for the delay in response.
      We regret to inform you that MAP Toolkit 9.9.12 do not support Windows Server 2019 as of now.
      We will forward your request to business and will update you as soon as we get a response, however, there is no ETA for now.

      Thank you.

      Regards,
      MAP Toolkit Team

  2. sime3000 says:

    Hi, Now that Windows Server 2019 has been RE-released can we get some guidance on 1) Whether or not the MAP Toolkit 9.9.12 is supported for installation on Windows Server 2019 and if not what release will support this 2) Whether or not the MAP Toolkit 9.9.12 can be used reliably to gather data from Windows Server 2019 installations and if not when will there be a version that will. Thanks.

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