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What does the Windows 10 1607 CBB declaration mean for Windows 10 1507 now that media has been released?


https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/tip_of_the_day/2017/03/20/tip-of-the-day-what-does-the-windows-10-1607-cbb-declaration-mean-for-windows-10-1507-now-that-media-has-been-released/

With the Current Branch for Business (CBB) declaration of Windows 10 1607 (1607 = RS1 = Build 10.0.14393) on November 29, 2016

With the availability of Windows 10, version 1607 to the VLSC on January 26th (~additional 2 month), the 60-day grace period (additional 2 month) for Windows 10 1507 (1507 = TH1 = Build 10.0.10240) began.

 

for EOL of 1507:

26.01.2017 (1607 VLSC) + 60 days (grace) + 60 days EOL = 26.05.2017

   –> next patch day (13.06.2017)

That means, after April 2017, Windows 10, version 1507 will no longer be serviced. This is because only the two most current CBB versions are actively serviced. (1511 and 1607)

 

for EOL of 1607 (with CB 1703): –> End of 2017 (Dezember)

 

In general terms, the end of life process is as follows:

  • Current Branch (CB) Release
  • + 4 Months (120 days) = CBB release
  • + 2 Months (60 days) = VLSC media availability & Start of the 60 day grace period for N-2 CBB version
  • + 2 Months (60 days) = N-2 CBB version EOL

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/mt679505.aspx?ocid=wc-ext-aka&f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396

Powershell:

[datetime]$date1 = "01.26.2017"

$date1.AddDays(60)

http://www.msxfaq.de/code/powershell/psdatetime.htm

Update Windows 10 in the enterprise:

https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/itpro/windows/manage/waas-update-windows-10

Windows lifecycle fact sheet:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/13853/windows-lifecycle-fact-sheet

Understanding The Windows 10 Branching Timeline:

https://blog.juriba.com/windows-10-branching-timeline

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