What’s the difference between EOS and EOL?
The Microsoft Lifecycle policies generally refer to EOS, or end of support (sometimes referred to as end of service). After these dates, no further security updates will be made, potentially putting your devices, business, and customers at a security risk.
After the period of service and support has passed, a product moves to EOL, or end of life, at which point the license can no longer be purchased, nor shipped to end customers.
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