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  1. #16
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    June 2008
    You can not lower the value below the hard coded value. Your users must use a newer client.
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  2. #17
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    July 2018
    Quote Originally Posted by dante696 View Post
    You can not lower the value below the hard coded value. Your users must use a newer client.
    But you understand that on their computers the new version is not supported, it is not established since use XP system. Can still do for all systems, what difference died support for this system or not. Recently, for example on Win7 stopped supporting it, you also remove support for Win7 ?

  3. #18
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    June 2015
    I mean what do you expect? Technically its not possible anymore, certificates are missing etc. why continue support?

    Windows 7 extended support ends 2020, if its still working it works, if there is a technical limit they're going to remove support.

    Time to move on and update your OS, instead of using heavily unsecure dinosaurs. You're not only putting your system at risk.

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