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Which is why the fall releases of windows 10 on the enterprise sku have a 30 month support window. Microsoft agrees with you. But not on the pro sku.
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The answer was found in docs: Because the OEM or vendor performs the white glove process, this doesn’t require access to an end-user's on-prem domain infrastructure. This is unlike a typical hybrid Azure AD-joined scenario because rebooting the device is postponed. The device is resealed prior to th...
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@Michael Niehaus, thank you for the clear answer. In the pilot we also want to do White Glove at the Vendor Site. Another requirement in this pilot is the use of Autopilot Hybrid Join. Is it possible to do a White Glove Hybrid Join at Vendor site without direct connection to customer site (on-premis...
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I understand your point, but it is not that simple in a corporate environment. We are at the mercy of our third party vendors to ensure they are testing and releasing updates supporting the latest version(s) of Windows. We have already run into a load of issues with different software vendors, where...
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We may not like the feature release process them but that's why they are increasing the window of support to 30 months for enterprise folks. If you are on Pro you can skip a feature release but for sure you can't be on a two year old platform. It is what it is. It won't change for 1709. There's othe...
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