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Old June 6th, 2009, 09:12 PM   #1
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Softlogix 5

Anyone know why Rockwell dropped the Softlogix 5 line? Softlogix 5000 is still available but it seems SL5 died with Win2K.

We have a few installs out there where PCs running the plant are having issues and the only way to get SL5 running is on another Win2K machine. Try convincing customers that migrated to SL5 less than 10 years ago that now they must migrate ( $$$ ) to another platform.
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