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@Fragenistmenschlich, the answer to your question is that it depends on how critical the service you have is. If it concerns only you and nobody else could be hurt, then it is completely responsible that you take the risk depending on current network users and other circumstances. On the other hand, if there is a risk for something important especially for other people, then it wont be very appropriate. Perhaps if you have full control over the network and client computers (no flash drives, CDs, external storage, network, etc.) then it could be justified in some cases.

I don't think it would be so hard to install latest fedora and migrate your configuration... should not be so complicated for a one service machine.