Windows 1903 Update

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Jeff Harlow
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Has Microsoft release the 1903 update to Intune (Windows for Business?). I havent noticed the update being pushed to any of our clients yet. I have it setup in Intune and it worked for 1809 at the time.  That said, I did noticed I have it set to SAC-T; which I believe is going away in 1903. Would that cause the problem? 

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@Jeff Harlow I believe that using Semi-annual Channel (SAC) will result in an additional 60 day wait for 1903 due to depreciation of Semi-annual Channel Targeted (SAC-T) going foward however when using SAC-T (to avoid the 60 day wait) I am still not seeing 1903 being offered to clients.

 

Article below states...

 

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/release-information/status-windows-10-1903

 

'Windows 10, version 1903 is available for any user who manually selects “Check for updates” via Windows Update for all devices that do not have a safeguard hold.'

 

Would also like to know if 1903 is available to clients automatically via Intune