Can someone please point me towards something that explains what UnityConnection version supersedes what version?
In this case, the client has 8.5.1ES69.14044-69 installed. They need to install some software to integrate with UnityConnection that requires a minimum of 8.5.1ES78. But, that is not one of the options to download from Cisco. There, the options are 8.5(1)SU6 and earlier SUx versions.
Where does the ES branch fit in with the SU branch? Would Software Update 6 include the fixes in Engineering Special 78?
FWIW, installing 8.5(1) SU 6 results in a working install that reports itself as being version 8.5.1ES125.16900-125. No TAC case, etc. So the "Engineering Special" vs. "Service Update" nomenclature is misleading at best.
I guess Cisco knows this too, given this passage from the README:
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