Is there a fix for Cisco IPCC/UCCX to operate with windows 7

We learned several months ago that our Call Center environment which uses the Cisco version of IPCC/UCCX (7.x) will not work with Windows 7. Cisco support indicated the new version only works on UNIX (we are running server 2003). Can anyone tell me if a solution has been developed for this issue?
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Only the new server platform is unix (actually Linux) based. The updated desktop client will run on Windows 7.
With the migration from Windows to Linux server, costs can be kept lower (no Windows license), maintenance easier, and high availability simpler.
Upgrade to version 8.x on a VMWare platform and you'll be in business in no time.

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