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Please explain a bit more in detail the two items above with the specific use case(s) this applies to.
Currently, we allow customers a reasonable amount of time to pick and schedule their disruptive maintenance. You seem to be calling out two separate cases.
The first one is to allow the customer to schedule these further out than we allow today (?). The second one seems to be the case where an emergency fix needs to be applied but you nevertheless require the customer to be able to require a minimum warning time (?). Can you please confirm and add detail?