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juanr1vargas
Level 4

Internet Explorer incorrect EOL

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Data Platform currently is displaying Internet Explorer 11 for Windows 10 EOL as 01/09/2024. Based on Microsoft lifecycle FAQ for Internet Explorer, IE 11 will not be supported after 06/15/2022 for Windows 10 delivered via the Semi Annual Channel  (Lifecycle FAQ - Internet Explorer and Microsoft Edge | Microsoft Docs).

My customer has a mixture of Windows 10 version 1909 and 20H2 in their environment. They are wondering why the current EOL for IE in Windows 10 seems to be based of Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019 end of support date and if something can be done to reflect this new end of life (06/15/2022) for the affected OSes. 

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aalfonso
Level 6 Flexeran
Level 6 Flexeran

Hello @juanr1vargas

EOL for Microsoft | Internet Explorer | v11.0 (Windows 10) has been corrected to 6/15/2022 as shown in the Lifecycle FAQ for IE and Microsoft Edge. 

 

This change is available from Technopedia builds 2022.03.22 and later.

 

Best regards,

Allen

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gliu
Level 6 Flexeran
Level 6 Flexeran

Hi @juanr1vargas , please go ahead to log a support case with our Content team, they perform market research and update the EOL accordingly.

aalfonso
Level 6 Flexeran
Level 6 Flexeran

Hello @juanr1vargas

EOL for Microsoft | Internet Explorer | v11.0 (Windows 10) has been corrected to 6/15/2022 as shown in the Lifecycle FAQ for IE and Microsoft Edge. 

 

This change is available from Technopedia builds 2022.03.22 and later.

 

Best regards,

Allen