Who cares anymore. I have moved on to 15.
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Very good choice
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We have seen FileMaker Server run on many versions of Windows Server that aren't officially supported. For instance we've seen FileMaker v11 run very successfully on a Windows Small Business Server 2003, providing all the modules competing for resources are disabled before installing FileMaker Server and FileMaker Sever 13 running on Microsoft Home Server.
However, stepping outside of FileMaker's recommended specification means you're completely on your own and you will get no support or help from FileMaker and probably none from any forums.
Always stick to the recommended hardware/software specification.