ARCHIVED: At IU, what is a legacy system?

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A legacy system at Indiana University is one that will not receive any further development or enhancement. Typically, once a system has been declared a legacy system, UITS will not change it except to apply patches that prevent security risks. With rare exceptions, new accounts are generally not created on legacy systems.

A system is often designated a legacy system as part of a plan to retire it.

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Last modified on 2019-01-22 16:22:21.

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