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    ok so i'll use the vm trick..if the current appliance can run the latest i'm sure the client will be happy..

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    It can, the appliance is a little dated... and most of the units I've sold of that platform have died due to bad SSD by now... BUT it does work. It's just going to take some time to get the installation current.
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    Some update failures have been blamed on a bad ssd. FYI Might want to have something available.

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    On that unit in particular, the manufacturer offered it with ONE 32gb M.2 SSD option that didn't age terribly well. It's not like the old gen 3 SSDs that fried in six months, but after about 3 years they're pretty failure prone. Best to swap it, or at very least relax the write loads by not doing massive OS scale updates on it.
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