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SAC-T Policy after 1903: - readiness level: this will disappear from GPs - deferral period: this will stay and you will have to adjust it to meet your needs - otherwise new release after 1903 (first will be 19H2) will be installed as soon as it is RTM
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I haven't used WU for Business policies, but from this blog i gathered that SAC-T won't be used anymore (after 1903), so having SAC-T policy won't have any effect after the 1903?
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Vadim Sterkin : - Yes, they would have released 1809 to SAC on 11/13/2018 ... (but only if you have no deferrals in place) Look, we have in our GPs this for all our PCs: - readiness level: SAC- deferral period: 180 days So our PCs now update to new version 6 months after its SAC declared date ... so...
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Any plans on adding additional time for the defferal policy? We could set up the months of support but only 365 days defferal...
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there was never actually a Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted), or SAC-T, release; rather, SAC-T merely reflected a milestone for the semi-annual release...As I said above, with version 1903, we will cease to publish both SAC and SAC-T dates. Each release will have a single SAC release dateWhen you write...
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