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Disclosure of Aggregated Website Usage Information

Privacy Policy.
IKE Gaming, Inc.
d/b/a El Cortez Hotel & Casino (“ECHC”, “we”, “our” or “us”) has created this Privacy Policy for www.elcortezhotelcasino.com (the “Website”) to demonstrate our firm commitment to protecting your information .
This Privacy Policy discloses the types of information we collect when you visit the Website, why we collect it and how it is used.
Please read this privacy policy carefully.
Please also read our Terms of Use here, .

Which governs your use of the Website

By using the Website you consent to the terms of our current Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.
Please note that this Privacy Policy does not apply to any information that you provide to third parties and you should contact such third parties directly to determine their respective privacy policies.
IKE Gaming, Inc.
d/b/a El Cortez Hotel & Casino (“ECHC”, “we”, “our” or “us”) has created this Privacy Policy for www.elcortezhotelcasino.com (the “Website”) to demonstrate our firm commitment to protecting your information .
This Privacy Policy discloses the types of information we collect when you visit the Website, why we collect it and how it is used.
Please read this privacy policy carefully.
Please also read our Terms of Use , which governs your use of the Website.
By using the Website you consent to the terms of our current Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.
Please note that this Privacy Policy does not apply to any information that you provide to third parties and you should contact such third parties directly to determine their respective privacy policies.
INFORMATION WE COLLECT FROM YOU Types of Information Collected In order to operate the Website and provide you with access to certain services that we offer through the site, we collect the following types of information from you: (i) personal information by which you may be identified, such as your name, postal address, email address, date of birth, gender, telephone numbers, passwords, credit and debit card information and other financial institution account information (“Personal Information”) and (ii) information about you and your activities on the Website that does not identify you personally, such as your Internet Protocol (IP) address, domain server, the type of computer, web browser, operating system or platform you use and referrer data identifying the web pages you visited prior to and after visiting our Website (“Website Usage Information”).
Collection and Use of Information We collect your Personal Information when you provide it to us while visiting the Website, such as when you contact us, make reservations, join our mailing list, sign up for our newsletter or customer rewards program, enter a sweepstakes, contest, promotion or competition, .

Request information or otherwise interact with this Website

The Personal Information we collect is used to: (i) respond to your requests and inquiries; (ii) process your transactions for administrative purposes, such as reservation and order fulfillment and conducting contests, sweepstakes, promotions and competitions and awarding prizes; (iii) provide customer service and resolve any complaints; (iv) improve the Website, any services provided through the Website and resolve any related technical problems; (v) keep track of your activities on the Website, statistically analyze Website usage and improve our marketing and promotional efforts; (vi) communicate with you regarding certain products, services or promotions offered by us or our Partners, provided that you have not already opted-out of receiving such communications in the manner described below; (vii) cross reference with other Personal Information that we have acquired about you or may acquire about you though our other sources; (viii) ensure compliance with the Privacy Policy, Terms of Use and any applicable laws and regulations and (ix) contact you regarding your use of the Website or changes to the Privacy Policy or Terms of Use.
Website Usage Information is tracked and gathered when you visit the Website and your web browser or software communicates certain information to the Website.

We use this information to generate statistics about visitors to the Website

detect broad demographic trends, enhance the Website’s security, provide content tailored to your interests and to otherwise enhance your experience on the Website.
Passive Collection of Information In addition to actively collecting Personal Information from you, we, our subsidiaries, affiliates, joint venturers, strategic alliance partners, sponsors and advertisers (“Partners”) and our third party service providers may use a variety of technologies that automatically collect Website Usage Information and some Personal Information when you visit this Website.
The methods used to collect this information may include: Cookies.

The Website may place small files

called “cookies” onto your computer.
Cookies are data files that websites write onto computer hard drives for record keeping purposes when you visit them.
The cookie file then identifies you as a unique user.
As a convenience feature, cookies simplify the process of recording personal information, so that, for example, users do not have to enter names, addresses or passwords repetitively.

Cookies also allow users of the Website to customize certain site features

You can program your browser not to accept cookies, but if you do, you may not be able to use certain portions of the Website and the Website will not be able to customize certain features according to your preferences.
Web Beacons.
Small graphic images or web programming code called web beacons (also known as “pixel tags” or “clear GIFs”) may be included on the pages of the Website and in email messages we send you.
Web beacons or other similar technologies may be used for a number of purposes.

Such as to count visitors to the Website

monitor how you navigate the Website or to count how many particular articles or links posted on the Website were actually viewed.
Mobile Device Identifiers.
Certain mobile service providers uniquely identify mobile devices and we, our Partners or our third party service providers may receive such device information if you access the Website through a mobile device.
Certain features on the Website may require collection of mobile phone numbers and we may associate that phone number to mobile device identification information.
Additionally, some mobile service providers operate systems that pinpoint the physical location of devices that use their services.
Depending on the provider, we, our Partners or our third party service providers may receive this information.
Embedded Scripts.
An embedded script is programming code designed to collect information about your use of this Website, such as the links you click on.
The code is temporarily downloaded to your computer from our web server or a third party provider, is active only while you are connected to the Website and is deactivated or deleted once you leave the Website.
SHARING OF YOUR INFORMATION We share your Personal Information and Website Usage Information with our Partners.
In addition, we may also share your Personal Information and Website Usage Information with certain non-affiliated third parties, but only as set forth below: Third Party Service Providers.
In some cases we may employ third party service providers to perform certain services on our behalf, including, without limitation: (i) processing and fulfilling your reservations and orders; (ii) providing customer service; (iii) shipping, sending postal mail and emails; (iv) contest, sweepstakes, promotion and competition administration and prize fulfillment; (v) removing repetitive information from customer lists; (vi) analyzing, updating and correcting information we receive on the Website; (vii) performing business analysis or quality control; (viii) providing marketing assistance, search results and links (including, without limitation, paid listings and links) and (ix) processing credit card and debit card payments.
Consequently, we may share your Personal Information with these third party service providers if they need it to perform services on our behalf.
However, such third party service providers are not authorized by us to use your Personal Information for any other purpose.
Business Transfers.

Your Personal Information and Website Usage Information may be transferred

sold or otherwise conveyed to a third party where ECHC: (i) merges with or is acquired by another business entity; (ii) sells all or substantially all of its assets; (iii) is adjudicated bankrupt or (iv) is liquidated or otherwise reorganizes.
You consent to any and all such conveyances of your Personal Information and Website Usage Information.
Disclosure of Customer Information for Legal and Administrative Reasons.
We may disclose your Personal Information and Website Usage Information without notice: (i) when required by law or to comply with a court order, subpoena, search warrant or other legal process; (ii) to cooperate in investigations of fraud, intellectual property infringement or any other activity that is illegal or may expose us or you to legal liability; (iii) to enforce or apply the Website’s Terms and Conditions; (iv) to verify the identity of the Website’s users and (v) to protect and defend the rights, property or safety of ECHC, ECHC’s Partners, the respective officers, directors, employees and representatives of each, and the Website’s users.
Disclosure of Personal Information with Customer’s Consent.
Unless otherwise required or permitted by applicable law, we will not transfer or release your Personal Information to a third party in any manner not provided for in this Privacy Policy without first providing you with the opportunity to “opt out” of such transfer or release of your Personal Information.
Disclosure of Aggregated Website Usage Information.
We may also share aggregated Website Usage Information that does not identify you personally with third parties.
SECURITY We take commercially reasonable precautions to help protect the Personal Information collected on this Website from unauthorized access, use, modification or disclosure.
However, due to the design of the Internet and other factors beyond our control, we cannot guaranty that any information or communications sent via the Internet will be free from unauthorized access by third parties.
LINKS TO THIRD PARTY WEBSITES While on the Website or when viewing an email or other content provided by ECHC or the Website, you may encounter links to other websites operated by third parties.
These other websites may set their own cookies, collect data or have their own privacy policies and practices.
ECHC is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such third party websites and we encourage you to review the privacy policies of these sites as soon as you enter them.
Links to any third party website or content do not constitute or imply an endorsement or recommendation by ECHC of the linked website or content.
BLOGSPACES, CHAT ROOMS, FORUMS AND MESSAGE BOARDS Please note that blogspaces, chat rooms, .

Forums and/or message boards may be available through the Website

Any information you disclose in these areas is or may be deemed to be public information and you must exercise caution and discretion before posting any of your Personal Information on the Website.
COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM CHILDREN This Website is targeted primarily for use by adults.
ECHC does not knowingly or intentionally collect or use any Personal Information from or market its products and/or services to individuals under the age of 13.
However, we hereby advise all users of our Website under the age of 13 not to disclose or provide any Personal Information on the Website.
In the event that we discover or are notified that a child under the age of 13 has provided Personal Information to us, in accordance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act we will delete the child’s Personal Information from our files to the extent technologically possible.
In addition, we reserve the right to limit participation in particular programs, contests, sweepstakes, .

Promotions and competitions to visitors of the Website that are 18 years of age or older

CONSENT TO TRANSFER This Website is operated in the state of Nevada in the United States

If you are located in Canada, the Caribbean, the European Union or anywhere else outside the United States, please be aware that any information you provide to ECHC will be transferred to the United States and by submitting the information you consent to this transfer.
COMMUNICATION PREFERENCES AND CORRECTING AND UPDATING PERSONAL INFORMATION If you do not want to receive promotional offers and other marketing communications from us you can “opt out” of receiving such offers and communications by emailing us at [email protected], or write us at: El Cortez Hotel & Casino 107 N.
6th Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Attention: Nords Malilay If you believe that any Personal Information about you that we collect is incorrect or has changed, please send an email message to [email protected], explaining the correction or change and providing any relevant confirmation or reference number.

CHANGES TO THIS PRIVACY POLICY By using this Website you accept our privacy practices

as disclosed in this Privacy Policy.
We reserve the right to change, modify, amend or update this Privacy Policy at any time.
We will post any new or revised privacy policies on the Website, but we will only use your Personal Information in accordance with the privacy policy that was in effect at the time it was collected, unless you consent to any new terms regarding its use.
It is your responsibility to periodically check and review our Privacy Policy for changes.

PRIVACY QUESTIONS If you have a privacy question about this Website

please send us an email at [email protected] or write to: El Cortez Hotel & Casino 107 N.
6th Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Attention: Joe Woody This El Cortez Hotel & Casino Website Privacy Policy has an effective date of September 1, 2011.
INFORMATION WE COLLECT FROM YOU Types of Information Collected In order to operate the Website and provide you with access to certain services that we offer through the site, we collect the following types of information from you: (i) personal information by which you may be identified, such as your name, postal address, email address, date of birth, gender, telephone numbers, passwords, credit and debit card information and other financial institution account information (“Personal Information”) and (ii) information about you and your activities on the Website that does not identify you personally, such as your Internet Protocol (IP) address, domain server, the type of computer, web browser, operating system or platform you use and referrer data identifying the web pages you visited prior to and after visiting our Website (“Website Usage Information”).
Collection and Use of Information We collect your Personal Information when you provide it to us while visiting the Website, such as when you contact us, make reservations, join our mailing list, sign up for our newsletter or customer rewards program, enter a sweepstakes, contest, promotion or competition, request information or otherwise interact with this Website.
The Personal Information we collect is used to: (i) respond to your requests and inquiries; (ii) process your transactions for administrative purposes, such as reservation and order fulfillment and conducting contests, sweepstakes, promotions and competitions and awarding prizes; (iii) provide customer service and resolve any complaints; (iv) improve the Website, any services provided through the Website and resolve any related technical problems; (v) keep track of your activities on the Website, statistically analyze Website usage and improve our marketing and promotional efforts; (vi) communicate with you regarding certain products, services or promotions offered by us or our Partners, provided that you have not already opted-out of receiving such communications in the manner described below; (vii) cross reference with other Personal Information that we have acquired about you or may acquire about you though our other sources; (viii) ensure compliance with the Privacy Policy, Terms of Use and any applicable laws and regulations and (ix) contact you regarding your use of the Website or changes to the Privacy Policy or Terms of Use.
Website Usage Information is tracked and gathered when you visit the Website and your web browser or software communicates certain information to the Website.
We use this information to generate statistics about visitors to the Website, detect broad demographic trends, enhance the Website’s security, provide content tailored to your interests and to otherwise enhance your experience on the Website.
Passive Collection of Information In addition to actively collecting Personal Information from you, we, our subsidiaries, affiliates, joint venturers, strategic alliance partners, sponsors and advertisers (“Partners”) and our third party service providers may use a variety of technologies that automatically collect Website Usage Information and some Personal Information when you visit this Website.
The methods used to collect this information may include: Cookies.
The Website may place small files, called “cookies” onto your computer.
Cookies are data files that websites write onto computer hard drives for record keeping purposes when you visit them.
The cookie file then identifies you as a unique user.
As a convenience feature, cookies simplify the process of recording personal information, so that, for example, users do not have to enter names, addresses or passwords repetitively.
Cookies also allow users of the Website to customize certain site features.
You can program your browser not to accept cookies, but if you do, you may not be able to use certain portions of the Website and the Website will not be able to customize certain features according to your preferences.
Web Beacons.
Small graphic images or web programming code called web beacons (also known as “pixel tags” or “clear GIFs”) may be included on the pages of the Website and in email messages we send you.
Web beacons or other similar technologies may be used for a number of purposes, such as to count visitors to the Website, monitor how you navigate the Website or to count how many particular articles or links posted on the Website were actually viewed.
Mobile Device Identifiers.
Certain mobile service providers uniquely identify mobile devices and we, our Partners or our third party service providers may receive such device information if you access the Website through a mobile device.
Certain features on the Website may require collection of mobile phone numbers and we may associate that phone number to mobile device identification information.
Additionally, some mobile service providers operate systems that pinpoint the physical location of devices that use their services.
Depending on the provider, we, our Partners or our third party service providers may receive this information.
Embedded Scripts.
An embedded script is programming code designed to collect information about your use of this Website, such as the links you click on.
The code is temporarily downloaded to your computer from our web server or a third party provider, is active only while you are connected to the Website and is deactivated or deleted once you leave the Website.
SHARING OF YOUR INFORMATION We share your Personal Information and Website Usage Information with our Partners.
In addition, we may also share your Personal Information and Website Usage Information with certain non-affiliated third parties, but only as set forth below: Third Party Service Providers.
In some cases we may employ third party service providers to perform certain services on our behalf, including, without limitation: (i) processing and fulfilling your reservations and orders; (ii) providing customer service; (iii) shipping, sending postal mail and emails; (iv) contest, sweepstakes, promotion and competition administration and prize fulfillment; (v) removing repetitive information from customer lists; (vi) analyzing, updating and correcting information we receive on the Website; (vii) performing business analysis or quality control; (viii) providing marketing assistance, search results and links (including, without limitation, paid listings and links) and (ix) processing credit card and debit card payments.
Consequently, we may share your Personal Information with these third party service providers if they need it to perform services on our behalf.
However, such third party service providers are not authorized by us to use your Personal Information for any other purpose.
Business Transfers.
Your Personal Information and Website Usage Information may be transferred, sold or otherwise conveyed to a third party where ECHC: (i) merges with or is acquired by another business entity; (ii) sells all or substantially all of its assets; (iii) is adjudicated bankrupt or (iv) is liquidated or otherwise reorganizes.
You consent to any and all such conveyances of your Personal Information and Website Usage Information.
Disclosure of Customer Information for Legal and Administrative Reasons.
We may disclose your Personal Information and Website Usage Information without notice: (i) when required by law or to comply with a court order, subpoena, search warrant or other legal process; (ii) to cooperate in investigations of fraud, intellectual property infringement or any other activity that is illegal or may expose us or you to legal liability; (iii) to enforce or apply the Website’s Terms and Conditions; (iv) to verify the identity of the Website’s users and (v) to protect and defend the rights, property or safety of ECHC, ECHC’s Partners, the respective officers, directors, employees and representatives of each, and the Website’s users.
Disclosure of Personal Information with Customer’s Consent.
Unless otherwise required or permitted by applicable law, we will not transfer or release your Personal Information to a third party in any manner not provided for in this Privacy Policy without first providing you with the opportunity to “opt out” of such transfer or release of your Personal Information.
Disclosure of Aggregated Website Usage Information.
We may also share aggregated Website Usage Information that does not identify you personally with third parties.
SECURITY We take commercially reasonable precautions to help protect the Personal Information collected on this Website from unauthorized access, use, modification or disclosure.
However, due to the design of the Internet and other factors beyond our control, we cannot guaranty that any information or communications sent via the Internet will be free from unauthorized access by third parties.
LINKS TO THIRD PARTY WEBSITES While on the Website or when viewing an email or other content provided by ECHC or the Website, you may encounter links to other websites operated by third parties.
These other websites may set their own cookies, collect data or have their own privacy policies and practices.
ECHC is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such third party websites and we encourage you to review the privacy policies of these sites as soon as you enter them.
Links to any third party website or content do not constitute or imply an endorsement or recommendation by ECHC of the linked website or content.
BLOGSPACES, CHAT ROOMS, FORUMS AND MESSAGE BOARDS Please note that blogspaces, chat rooms, forums and/or message boards may be available through the Website.
Any information you disclose in these areas is or may be deemed to be public information and you must exercise caution and discretion before posting any of your Personal Information on the Website.
COLLECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION FROM CHILDREN This Website is targeted primarily for use by adults.
ECHC does not knowingly or intentionally collect or use any Personal Information from or market its products and/or services to individuals under the age of 13.
However, we hereby advise all users of our Website under the age of 13 not to disclose or provide any Personal Information on the Website.
In the event that we discover or are notified that a child under the age of 13 has provided Personal Information to us, in accordance with the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act we will delete the child’s Personal Information from our files to the extent technologically possible.
In addition, we reserve the right to limit participation in particular programs, contests, sweepstakes, promotions and competitions to visitors of the Website that are 18 years of age or older.
CONSENT TO TRANSFER This Website is operated in the state of Nevada in the United States.
If you are located in Canada, the Caribbean, the European Union or anywhere else outside the United States, please be aware that any information you provide to ECHC will be transferred to the United States and by submitting the information you consent to this transfer.
COMMUNICATION PREFERENCES AND CORRECTING AND UPDATING PERSONAL INFORMATION If you do not want to receive promotional offers and other marketing communications from us you can “opt out” of receiving such offers and communications by emailing us at [email protected], or write us at: El Cortez Hotel & Casino 107 N.
6th Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Attention: Nords Malilay If you believe that any Personal Information about you that we collect is incorrect or has changed, please send an email message to [email protected], explaining the correction or change and providing any relevant confirmation or reference number.
CHANGES TO THIS PRIVACY POLICY By using this Website you accept our privacy practices, as disclosed in this Privacy Policy.
We reserve the right to change, modify, amend or update this Privacy Policy at any time.
We will post any new or revised privacy policies on the Website, but we will only use your Personal Information in accordance with the privacy policy that was in effect at the time it was collected, unless you consent to any new terms regarding its use.
It is your responsibility to periodically check and review our Privacy Policy for changes.
PRIVACY QUESTIONS If you have a privacy question about this Website, please send us an email at [email protected] or write to: El Cortez Hotel & Casino 107 N.
6th Street Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 Attention: Joe Woody This El Cortez Hotel & Casino Website Privacy Policy has an effective date of September 1, 2011.
Privacy Policy.


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The Complexities of “Failing Fast”

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10/05/201811/05/2018 8 Comments There has been lots of talk recently about “failing” and “failing fast”.
This is actually an extremely complex topic that can be difficult to grasp.

It’s not actually about failing

The topic of “failing” is actually all about learning.
When we think about the properties of learning, we can break it down into various [.
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Windows 10 Update Channels: You’re getting SAAAAAAAC’d

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February 18, 2019 12 Comments I’m going to shake it up here and do something totally crazy.
I’m going to talk about operating systems for a moment.
OSD is absolutely something in my wheel-house and I certainly have my own ways of doing things.
However, I don’t really talk that much about it because there’s just so many freaking people blogging about OSD.
I even like all most of them.
Beyond that, I tend to keep things as simple as possible where-ever I can.

I just want Task Sequences to work dangit

However, .

Last week Microsoft has done yet another shake-up in how we service Windows 10

As usual, there seems to be a fair amount of consternation.
Personally, I think it’s a bit of a nothing-burger and while change is hard this is the final nail in the coffin to get Windows as a Service’s (WaaS) cadence to where it should have always been.
To really make sense of why they would make this change you need to understand the whole journey.
What Series of Choices Have Led to This Moment?.
When the first versions of Windows 10 were released we were given 3 branches: Current Branch (CB).

Current Branch for Business (CBB)

and the Long Term Servicing Branch (LTSB).
The idea was that Microsoft would release CB/CBB 3 or more times a year and you would have 14 months of support from the moment it was released to Current Branch.
LTSB would follow the old pattern of 5- year release cycles and 10-years of support.
The reaction of most admins was swift and predictable: Long Term Serving Branch.
In reply Microsoft started threatening to sneak into your house and beat you to death with your own shoes.
It was a risk most were willing to take.
Ok, fine, we’re taking Office 365 and going home.
Crap … looked like we were just going to have to buck up and deal with it.
The messaging surrounding the branches from Microsoft was widely interpreted to mean that CB was for consumers and CBB was for … well … businesses.
It’s right there in the name.
The belief being that the ‘ for Business ’ designation was some kind of metric-driven decision made by Microsoft.
In reality it meant nothing of the sort.
I’m not sure I’d call the CBB release completely arbitrary but it didn’t really confer anything special from Microsoft apart from the fact that the CB release had been out for a few months and didn’t destroy everything in it’s path.
It most certainly didn’t mean that all your LOB apps were safe.
The problem with waiting for the CBB designation was that the support clock started ticking the moment CB was released.
If it took 4 months for Microsoft to apply that rubber stamp then you just lost 4 out of the 14 months that the release was supported.
If you waited for CBB to even start working on it then that was a hard hit to take.
The end result was that every single day for the rest of your career you were going to be actively engaged in deploying the latest version of Window 10.
So while Windows 10 might truly be the last version of Windows you ever deploy you will never … ever … stop deploying it.
This was your life now.
The Peasants Revolt.
This might be surprising to some people but apparently there’s a few administrator s out there who didn’t get into IT to spend every waking hour rolling out operating systems.
“Don’t worry” they said.
“It’ll be easy” they said.
“Servicing is the coolest” they said.
“Set it and forget it” said the TV salesman.
If we can’t trust TV advertisement s then what can we trust in this world.
If any of the above were true then things might have ended there.
Set up a servicing plan or WUfB and push out Feature Updates like they were any other update and move on with your life.
Sigh.
If only that had actually work ed.
I don’t want to turn this into a Festivus airing of grievances but there were several show stoppers.
The end result was that most organization s had to turn to Task Sequences to get things to actually work in the real world.
It was about this time that administrator s realized that a 14 month support just was not going to work.
You’re losing roughly 4 months waiting for CB to be christened CBB.
Then you have to get a TS working and find out all the new things it’s going to break in your org.
If a release proved to be a real turd-bucket then you were in deep doo-doo.
The version you’ve barely finished deploying to the last of your systems is about to go out of support and the new release is broken.
It wasn’t a fun place to find yourself.
My TAM at the time was unwilling to confirm in writing but he made it abundantly clear that he was getting reamed out by every single customer he had.
The guy was quite literally walking funny from all the negative feedback.
No one actually responsible for trying to pull this stuff of believed it could work as designed.
Hamstrung By their Own Product.

Eventually the Windows product team finally started groking the above reality

Well that and they had a new idea: Microsoft 365

In April 2017 they announced that Win 10 and Office 365 would join each other in a very specific cadence: two releases a year (March and September) supported for 18 months.
In July 2017 they similarly announced that Branches were dead and long-live Channels.
Crucially, in that article Mr.
Niehaus himself laid out the following: “The Semi-Annual Channel replaces the Current Branch [CB] and Current Branch for Business [CBB] concepts” [emphasis mine].
So branches are now channels, we’re down to just two (Semi-Annual Channel and Long Term We Kill You Branch), and SAC gets 18 months of support thus essentially erasing the 4 months lost waiting for the previous CBB designation that was kind of meaningless.
But wait … there was a problem.
The policies that make up Windows Update for Business (WUfB) and are used by ConfigMgr’s (Win 10) Servicing Plans have CBB hardcoded into them as well as the OS itself.

While they didn’t really formerly announce it (I could find no article introducing SAC-T)

Microsoft was forced to put out a Semi-Annual Channel (Targeted) (SAC-T) in order for those two products, and those two products alone, to function as intended.
This is laid out in a delightful post by John Wilcox (Microsoft WaaS Evangelist) that I appreciate for this little bit of honesty.
Of their original plans laid in 2015 he writes: “It was also a complete failure.” The key take away from this last article is that right from the start they planned for SAC-T to go away.
It was always a temporary stop-gap until they could update their tools.
We Want More!.
This is a bit of a tangent but the problem with customers is that they’re kinda needy.
For large enterprises, even 18 months just wasn’t enough.
In my own organization at the time we were looking down the barrel of 1703’s eminent EOL without having a solid In Place Upgrade strategy in place.
Plus, .

We weren’t even half way through our Windows 10 rollout in the first place

If it takes you 3 years to get to Win 10 it’s beyond optimistic to think you can do IPUs every single year.
At least out of the gate.
Put out a few rock solid no-nonsense releases and maybe we can talk.
So in September 2018 Microsoft announced yet another change: The Fall (September) release would be supported for 30 months for those using the Enterprise and Education SKUs.
Pro users just got the sad trumpet and those of us with deeper pockets rejoiced.
A Moment of Silence for SAC-T.
Everything above leads to the recent announcement that SAC-T is officially dead and that the 1903 release of Windows 10 will not have that channel.
Since this is change of any sort to a process that has changed so very much in so very little time (see above) there is the usual amount of confusion and consternation.
What’s an Administrator to Do?.

What does the retirement of SAC-T actually mean and what do you

dear administrator, need to do.
As the highest paid consultants will tell you: it depends.
In this case it entirely depends on how you roll out your In-Place Upgrades: ConfigMgr Task SequencesNothingConfigMgr Software UpdatesNothingWindows Server Update Services (WSUS)NothingConfigMgr Servicing PlansReconfigureWindows Update for Business (WUfB)Reconfigure I can’t give you actual numbers, you’d have to pester the product group for that, but the overwhelming majority of the ConfigMgr admins that I know are using Task Sequences for their In-Place Upgrades.
Those that want to get away from TS’s are testing the waters by manually releasing the Feature Updates as software updates.

The retirement of SAC-T means literally nothing to those groups

If I just wasted 30 minutes of your time … I’m sorry … but you can go back to your regularly scheduled programming of Reddit, Twitter, and Slack.

What if I Love my WUfB and Servicing Plans?

If you are one of the few and proud that are using WUfB or Servicing Plans then you do have to consider these changes and probably rework your configuration.
However, it’s ridiculously easy to handle since you now only have a single channel to worry.
Bump back any existing SAC release rings you have and replace your SAC-T with a SAC ring with a very minimal, if any, delay.
Keep in mind that for 1903 and only 1903 they are adding a built-in 60 day additional delay for those configured for SAC.
That’s really it.
It should take all of 5 minutes of actual real work and 10 hours of change management documentation and review.
The only thing you could truly complain about with this change is that you are losing the increased delay inherent in waiting for CBB/SAC to be released.
If you are using ConfigMgr Servicing Plans that’s actually a big deal.
With Servicing Plans you can only delay the releases by 120 days so losing 60 days or more is troublesome.
For you weirdos here’s a User Voice Item I just cooked up: Bring Servicing Plans into Parity with WUfB/Intune or Kill Them.
If you’re using WUfB then you can delay Feature Updates for 365 days making it less of a problem.
If you can’t get a release out in a year then quite frankly you’re not ready for the kind of ‘modern’ environment that WUfB/Servicing Plans are made for.

You need to move to Task Sequences or just manually deploying them via Software Updates

The Moral: We’re Finally There!.
The reason I wanted to write this all out in long-form is because it tells a story.
A slightly hopeful story even.
When Microsoft first announced their WaaS concept in 2015 pretty much every administrator I talked to said it was doomed to fail.
You have to crawl before you can walk and Microsoft was expecting a bunch of desk jockeys to compete in a 100 yard dash where losing was a career limiting move.
In 2015 we were given three branches (CB, CBB, LTSB) released whenever Microsoft got around to it and supported for 14 months with roughly 4 of those eaten up waiting for the almost meaningless CBB stamp.
Fast forward to 2019.
We now have two channels (SAC and LTSC) that are released on a specified schedule and are supported for up to 30 months.
This is exactly what we asked for from the start: fewer releases supported for longer with a schedule we could plan around.
This is simple and straightforward.
Everyone should be able to understand and plan around this cadence.
Instead of wailing and gnashing your teeth because change is happening be glad that we are getting what we wanted in the first place.
Now the task is to start stringing together high quality, trouble-free releases so that we are all comfortable putting the Task Sequences down and start using WUfB/Servicing.
When 1809 was released I don’t think I was alone in going to my whiteboard and writing:.
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Just kidding.
Fantastic video Reply bryandam February 26, 2019 at 8:30 pm Yes.
Someone got the reference.
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lol “Nice try blanco nino!” xD Now I have to go and watch them all again.
Great article.
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My wife and I frequently say Pork Chop Sandwiches when we need to GTFO of a particular situation.
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