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SfB 2015 pool with SfB 2019 pool

For Skype for Business, is it supported to have:
- One Front End pool at one site is SfB 2015
- Another Front End pool at another site is SfB 2019
- Have pool pairing between them to allow failover and failback of the pools to each other

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JimmyYang-MSFT answered JehadJawad-6848 commented

Hi @JehadJawad-6848

When you plan which pools to pair, please make sure you meet the following pairings requirements:

  1. Enterprise Edition pools can be paired only with other Enterprise Edition pools. Similarly, Standard Edition pools can be paired only with other Standard Edition pools.

  2. Physical pools can be paired only with other physical pools. Similarly, virtual pools can be paired only with other virtual pools.

  3. Pools that are paired together must be running the same base operating system.

If your environment meet the above requirements, it is supported.


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Point 3, explains that paired pools should be the same operating system
What if they have the same operating system but a different version of Skype for Business

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What about the version of SfB
Pools that are paired together, must they be running the same version?

That is my original query

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Hi @JehadJawad-6848

In general, SFB version is not affect the pool pairing.

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I would appreciate it if you could provide a link or a document that explains that

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