Sage updated their TLS 1.2 compliance chart with a list of Sage 100 versions which meet minimum requirements for compatibility with the company’s pending October 2023 licensing server changes.
As noted in the update, Sage will stop supporting the outdated TLS 1.0 and 1.1 protocols on their licensing servers in favor of more current (and more secure) TLS 1.2.
Note: Users of Avalara sales tax integration to Sage 100 who are using Rest v1 and SOAP will need to be on TLS 1.2 prior to February 16, 2023.
This protocol update will be required for any Sage 100 system on a subscription with Sage because the subscription requires a periodic verification against Sage’s licensing server. In order to be compatible with the new TLS 1.2 requirement you should ensure you are on one of the supported versions listed below.
Without TLS 1.2 any subscription version of Sage 100 will reportedly go into read-only mode.
Which Sage 100 Versions Support TLS 1.2 As of November 2022?
As of November 2022, these versions of Sage 100 are compatible with the upcoming changes
- 2018 with product update 10 ( also referred to as 2018.10 or 6.0.10 )
- 2019 with product update 9 ( also referred to as 2019.9 or 6.1.9 )
- 2020 with product update 1 ( also referred to as 2020.1 or 6.2.1 )
- 2021 (all versions – no product update required )
- 2022 (all versions – no product update required )
For more information on Sage’s TLS requirements please refer to this knowledgebase article – Does Sage have plans to stop supporting TLS 1.0 & 1.1 for Sage 100?