This EAP is a persistent program where you can subscribe to the latest and greatest new features and fixes. Participants are encouraged to try out these features and provide feedback to or development team to help improve the product.
Improvements in 10.3.0
Right now the EAP and Recommended are running the same version, so no, moving to EAP at the minute would change nothing.
So this is in general release now? Would putting a mac into EAP right now actually install a newer EAP version?
Thanks, Richard. If my (few) Mac users are having problems with TEAMS, I have yet to hear about it but I'm still investigating. I appreciate that the announcement page is linked from the MacOS Endpoint EAP page for Sophos Community, however, when I open the EAP window in my Central Console where I can view, join and manage EAPs (of various kinds) the "New macOS Endpoint Protection Features" EAP description contains a link (labeled "Sophos Community") to find out more information and also on the screen in the Console that has the description of the EAP program. Both these links within the Central Console EAP screen still take me to this page: https://community.sophos.com/intercept-x-endpoint/macos-endpoint-eap/ which has no information.
1. I've confirmed that this blog post (& information) is displayed on the MacOS Endpoint EAP home page
2. Any Big Sur / Monterey endpoints experiencing issues with the listed 3rd party vendors above are good candidates to participate in the EAP.
1. Can this page be linked from the EAP screen in Central? Currently, the link goes to MacOS Endpoint EAP - Sophos Community which has no information.
2. Should I add all Big Sur devices to the EAP or just those with the ARM/M1 architecture?