Software Deployment Question

When will K1000 supply patches for Windows Server 2019

11/26/2018 1355 views

There is not an option for subscribing to Windows Server 2019 when subscribing for OS version for Patch download. When will this be added? Current Version 9.0.270

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It's typically around 60 days after the OS release.

Answered 11/29/2018 by: AbhayR
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  • I checked with support a while back and they said that version 9.1 would bring support for this. I upgraded my test/dev appliance to 9.1, and Server 2019 is still not in the list of Windows Operating Systems for the patch subscriptions.

    I should note that my test/dev appliance does NOT have internet access, so perhaps it needs to check in online before the OS shows as available? I've been assuming the options were pre-programmed in because it lists a lot of Operating Systems we don't use so it's not a list populated based on our inventory.

    Can anyone confirm/deny, before I open another support request. It's been five months since Server 2019 was released...
    • unfortunately it is not supported with 9.1.
      The background, is, that the appliance uses a 3rd party patching feed which does not support W2019 yet.
      • Is there any word on when the 3rd party will start releasing patches for W2019?

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I was told that Server 2019 would be supported with the release of version 10.0 which should be released in about a month. It is currently in beta.

Answered 08/06/2019 by: tylermartin86
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