I appreciate that several of you are of the same opinion that I am on this subject. I do not believe that Microsoft understands the burden that the automatic quality updates have on their customers. We simply cannot trust that nothing will break. One week to test is not enough time, especially if we have no control over the timing of it and that is only if we accept the fact that this burden of testing and associated cost burden is acceptable for Microsoft to push our way. We accepted the Run One program and I do think it has been beneficial but this next step is too much and is inching closer to forcing the full version updates. I am certain that is where Microsoft is ultimately planning to go. We all need to push hard on our points of contact at Microsoft to make sure they understand our strong feelings on this matter. The worst thing that can happen is they proceed as planned. If we do not voice our concerns, we will be stuck with this.
Based on some posts, I think there is some confusion about exactly what I am referring to with this thread. Below is a link to a good summary of the changes coming from proactive quality updates (thank you Andrew Russell for adding this to the thread. I am not fully understanding of the timing of these quality update trains based upon this article but I am working with my partner to digest this information.
Proactive quality updates - Finance & Operations | Dynamics 365
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