I could see trying to keep 7 around because it was awesome, but curious why you would have any machines with 8.1 still.
I would have went with “ever”
I was trying to be nice and now you ruined it!
Apparently we already solved the problem of the devices that cannot connect, I share the solution that we use for the following problem.
installing the server certificate on the computers that could not connect, as trusted root certification authorities.
I thought that was mandatory, that is all machines required the certificate installed in there. Do you have Windows 8.1 machines as I do?
Haha well, that happens when you have computers running after 8 years, so no need to upgrade. Upgrade here at the Company goes along with buying a new computer. That’s just it.
Not all machines, just the ones that couldn’t connect, the computers that couldn’t connect have some windows 11, 10 and 7.