For Google Meet Hardware, ‘Auto-Update Expiration (AUE)’ will now be referred to as ‘end of Meet support’

What’s changing

We’re making changes to the terminology that refers to  when a Meet hardware device is no longer supported:

‘End of Meet support date’ replaces Auto-Update Expiration (AUE) in the Meet hardware Help Center.The Admin console will show ‘end of Meet support’ instead of ‘EOL (end of life)’ in both device information and fleet overview pages.The field name for “end of life” in Admin console’s CSV downloads will change from “eolDate” to “endOfMeetSupportDate”

End of Meet support as indicated in the device information page


End of Meet support as indicated in the Google Meet hardware fleet overview

Additional details

The end of Meet support date for Intel 10th generation devices have been extended from June 2028 to June 2029 to reflect their continued availability.

Getting started

Admins: Visit the Help Center to learn more about the Google Meet hardware auto-update policy and end of Meet support.End users: There is no end user impact or action required.

Rollout pace

Rapid Release and Scheduled Release domains: Gradual rollout (up to 15 days for feature visibility) starting on Jan 29, 2024

Availability

This update impacts all Google Workspace customers with Meet hardware devices.

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