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  1. DooGie's Avatar
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       #60

    magilla said: View Post
    Yes, I did the same. Maybe tomorrow will bring some new goodies to try out.
    From what I've read we will probably only get one CU a month with the slim chance of the occasional two per month.
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  2. f14tomcat's Avatar
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       #61

    DooGie said: View Post
    From what I've read we will probably only get one CU a month with the slim chance of the occasional two per month.
    On that timetable, there will be only 2 or 3 CUs before it's 19H2 public.
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  3. DooGie's Avatar
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       #62

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    On that timetable, there will be only 2 or 3 CUs before it's 19H2 public.
    That's true TC, however as far as I know MS have not commited themselves to a September release date. Currently it's being treated like an incremental Service Pack which will be brought together in one package for the final release. To me that would seem like a sensible option to avoid the 1809 and 1903 problems encountered by many. Personally I've not found anything wrong with 19H2 up to now, it's been rock solid although it's still about time MS fixed the benign DCOM warnings and errors.
    Then come late December I'll move to the Fast Ring and pick up 20H1 as it should be in a reasonably workable shape by then.

    I have a lot of fun only running only one PC, it becomes a juggling of stability and when it's reasonably safe to jump
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  4. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #63

    Hi folks

    been running this release as a VM for a few days currently-- it's actually performing slicker and with no problems (so far) on a Linux NAS with VMWare workstation than an earlier release running on a decent laptop running on Native Hardware (i7 cpu, 16 GB RAM laptop) !!!!

    This NAS is also running all sorts of things although it's got -- 32 GB RAM and a dual processor XEON -- I'm sure the much more modern i7 running a local Windows install should more than match the VM on my NAS inspite of the (quite old) dual processor.

    Happy with it so far.

    Not sure what the difference is between this and the standard 19H1 build is but I'm a happy camper today.

    I did the install / upgrade via UUPDUMP -- I actually upgraded the VM from 1803 build so I'm mystified why people seem to have so much trouble getting this through successfully.

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  5. kado897's Avatar
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       #64

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi folks

    been running this release as a VM for a few days currently-- it's actually performing slicker and with no problems (so far) on a Linux NAS with VMWare workstation than an earlier release running on a decent laptop running on Native Hardware (i7 cpu, 16 GB RAM laptop) !!!!

    This NAS is also running all sorts of things although it's got -- 32 GB RAM and a dual processor XEON -- I'm sure the much more modern i7 running a local Windows install should more than match the VM on my NAS inspite of the (quite old) dual processor.

    Happy with it so far.

    Not sure what the difference is between this and the standard 19H1 build is but I'm a happy camper today.

    I did the install / upgrade via UUPDUMP -- I actually upgraded the VM from 1803 build so I'm mystified why people seem to have so much trouble getting this through successfully.

    Cheers
    jimbo
    I don't think they ever told us what the difference was except "A couple of OEM things"
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  6. magilla's Avatar
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    kado897 said: View Post
    I don't think they ever told us what the difference was except "A couple of OEM things"
    Yes, they didn’t tell us. Aren’t we always in the dark with MS anyway?
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  7. kado897's Avatar
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       #66

    magilla said: View Post
    Yes, they didn’t tell us. Aren’t we always in the dark with MS anyway?
    Except for out of band updates we usually have some sort of info.
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  8. jimbo45's Avatar
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       #67

    Hi folks
    no probs with any of the machines I've upgraded --- I used one copy of the iso I created via uupdump -- after install run the WU update to get all the "extra bits".

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