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Micros Simphony on Windows 11 - has anyone tried yet??

Micros Simphony on Windows 11 - has anyone tried yet??

Micros Simphony on Windows 11 - has anyone tried yet??

Our organization is ramping up our Windows 11 discussions.

I am currently running Simphony on 20 - WS650 machines and have 6 sites running Simphony on PC’s – no cash drawers and no customer display at these 6 locations. We use our own Win10 company image and I build Micros on top of that (currently running v19.

Oracle does not yet have a Win11 Micros Solution – I’ve been asking for over 6-months now with no solution in site.

I’d like to look at using an All-In-One Win11 PC with touchscreen to eliminate the WS650 machines that are not able to run Win11.

2 Issues

1: Will Micros v19. run on Windows 11? Haven’t had time to try it so not sure. Has anyone tried installing on a Win11 machine?
2: What about Cash Drawer and Customer Display on a PC? There are USB options for both out there, but how do I get them assigned in Micros EMC?


RE: Micros Simphony on Windows 11 - has anyone tried yet??

Stay with Win10. Use virtual machine + ipad + rdp
Use Win10 LTSC, do not use Win10 Pro. Windows update is annoying.

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