Does anyone know when provisioning will support Android 5 & Windows 10?

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We've been hearing that Lollipop (Android 5) will be supported in the next release for months (and there have been multiple interim releases to the 9 chain during that time) and still no auto provisioning for Android 5. And now we're seeing Windows 10 not running Auto Provisioning (and MS is reporting over 75 Million devices now have Win10 on them).

Does anyone here, or if you're with Ruckus, know when we might start seeing better support and updates of client platforms?
Thanks.
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Andras Bellak

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Posted 4 years ago

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Andras Bellak

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Are you guys freaking kidding?
Social Media logins? What the hell? 

It's been going on a year now since we were told that Android 5 would be supported in "the next release". News flash - you're 4 releases past that and no Android.

And even though your compatibility matrix says Windows 10 works, there are already people reporting that it doesn't work.

I love the RF engineering - far better than anything else on the market - but at this point I'm ready to rip out a 100 node network and dual 3000's and put in Cisco. And with how much I hate Cisco, that's saying something.

Can you guys actually focus on what's needed, and stop goofing around with crap like Facebook logins?
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Kenny Snow

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I couldn't agree more. I would much rather have the features my co-workers need than the features my guest users don't need.