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We recently announced a change to the number of updates that will be released in a calendar year for Dynamics 365 for Finance and Operations. As outlined in this topic, we will be moving to a release cadence where there will be 8 updates delivered in one calendar year. Our configuration experience in LCS, which shows an update calendar for the next 6 months, was not updated to reflect this due to a pending change in code. Starting today, your update calendar will accurately reflect the same 8 updates as our calendar year model. As per the announcement, we will not be releasing updates in September, December, March, and June. This means that the calendar now only reflects the dates when updates are released and will be rolled out to your environments. For example, we are not releasing an update in September, so your calendar will no longer show an upcoming update for that month.
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