Nverma
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Nintex 2013 enterprise edition for SharePoint 2013 on-premises getting expired

Need to understand if post expiration of Nintex license, the SharePoint site is moved to a read-only state-

1) Do we still need to have the license renewed to ensure the site remains as-is?

2) will the workflow remain in a read-only state or get deleted automatically?

3) The workflow which is in running state, will it get cancelled automatically?

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sahur
Nintex Employee
Nintex Employee

Re: Nintex 2013 enterprise edition for SharePoint 2013 on-premises getting expired

1) Do we still need to have the license renewed to ensure the site remains as-is? >> Nintex license expiration will not have any impact on the SharePoint site

2) will the workflow remain in a read-only state or get deleted automatically? >> The workflow will not get deleted, but you will not be able to publish new workflows or re-publish the existing workflows. And also you will not be able to upgrade the Nintex products.

3) The workflow which is in running state, will it get cancelled automatically? >> The running workflows will not be impacted. You can also run new instances of the existing workflows, but as mentioned you cannot publish workflows.

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Nverma
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Re: Nintex 2013 enterprise edition for SharePoint 2013 on-premises getting expired

Thanks, Sahur for the swift response.
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