Client Update: MYOB Compatibility with Windows 11, Windows Server 2022 and Office 2021

Last updated 23 September, 2021

Clients, please be aware all MYOB products are currently incompatible with the soon to be released Microsoft Windows Server 2022, Windows 11 and Office 2021 software. If you run MYOB products on your computer and server systems, it is highly recommended to ensure your upgrade for Windows and Office is delayed until MYOB confirm compatibility per the MYOB statement below.

“As part of our environment compatibility process, we will test and evaluate the use of Windows Server 2022, Windows 11 and Office 2021 with the latest versions of MYOB products.

At this stage, Server 2022, Windows 11 and Office 2021 are not supported for all MYOB products and should not be installed on environments where MYOB is also installed.

We’re working on an ETA for the compatibility and will keep this Knowledge Base article updated as the testing progresses.”

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