Micro Focus Network Virtualization
Software Version: 9.13
Publication date: September 03, 2018
This Readme provides the following information about Network Virtualization 9.13:
You can find information about what's new in Network Virtualization in the Network Virtualization Help Center.
You can find step-by-step installation instructions for Network Virtualizationin the following locations:
Check the system requirements for Windows and Linux installations.
Learn about licensing.
See Notes and Limitations in the Network Virtualization Help Center.
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The code signing certificate for Network Virtualization was changed from Verisign to Comodo starting on January 1, 2017.
If you are installing this product on a computer with an older version of Windows, or on a computer without automatic Windows updates, the Comodo root certificate may not automatically be included as a trusted root certificate.
In such cases, we recommend manually configuring Comodo as a trusted root certificate.
For more details, see: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-gb/library/dn265983.aspx.
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