How did older SSDR versions "disappear" from Maestro screen?

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I did not perform any updates or even have the Maestro turned on but the last time I turned on Maestro all the older versions of SSDR, 4 or so, disappeared from the select a version screen.  Magic or silver bullet from Flex :)   Just left with versions 1.9 and the current 1.10 to select from.
Fine with me but just wondering how that happened without my physical intervention?
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K1UO - Larry

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Tim - W4TME, Customer Experience Manager

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It's Maestro magic ;-)

The software version meta data for Maestro is "fetched" from our Internet software server, this is how you get new versions applied to your Maestro automatically when it boots up. Usually, 5 general release versions are stored on the Maestro. As a new version is applied, the oldest version is removed automatically. We recently did some "housecleaning" to remove interim maintenance releases. We want to ensure that the current and last minor versions of Maestro software are retained for the next three Maestro software releases.
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Steve K9ZW, Elmer

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One has to like that sort of housekeeping!  <SMILE>

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Thanks Tim...  nice "feature".