As we know, the .NET 4.6.1 Framework, which was released in spring 2016, is not supported to be installed on a server running a Skype for Business 2015 server role. With the new S4B Server update this February it is supported to deal with .NET 4.6.2 on a Skype for Business Server. Unfortunately, this fact is not shown in the list of improvements and fixes and this means that at the moment the updated statement of the NextHop Team is the only source of this useful fact.
Also the Technet article about the server requirements regarding the support of Windows Server 2016 as operation system has not been updated. You can only find the following notice:
“Windows Server 2016 is not included in this list right now, but we’re planning to add it as a supported option after Skype for Business Server Cumulative Update 5 is released. Until then, please don’t try to use Windows Server 2016 as an OS for your Skype for Business deployment today, as it’s not yet supported, and we don’t recommend it. … “
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