Formerly Office 365 ProPlus
In a reversal of Microsoft’s previous support policy, Microsoft 365 Apps for enterprise, the subscription-based suite of Office applications, will be supported for use on Windows Server 2022, for a time.
Chart shows end-of-support dates for versions of Office and Microsoft 365 Apps running on Windows Server.
Support for running most versions of Office applications on Windows Server will end by Oct. 2025, pushing organizations to Microsoft services for hosted session-based virtual desktops.
Defender Application Guard supports opening Office documents in an isolated environment to protect the OS and user files from malware that evade other filtering.
Illustration shows two screen shots to contrast the user experience of Protected View Application Guard notifications in Office.
Administrators must ensure that they retain relevant data while freeing licenses for reuse when removing a Microsoft 365 user.
Chart shows the current end-of-support dates for combinations of Office and Windows versions.
A new connector will allow Microsoft Access data to be used in Dataverse projects.
Excel receives new data handling features, but the features are not available in all versions and some create incompatibilities or subscription requirements.
The two versions of OneNote – which ship with Office and with Windows 10 – will be merged in 2022.