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No, it doesn't." In a lawsuit filed in 2009 in Portland, Oregon, SolarWinds claims that ADI is actively denying some of its customers access to the technical support and other information about the company that they need to use the software. The suit said that ADI was improperly denying refunds to some customers, and is requiring that customers do the "support dance," in which the customer calls ADI's technical support line, listens for 20 or more minutes to a recorded 20-minute message, hangs up, calls back immediately, has repeated calls dropped, and then, finally, answers the next recorded message. A message on the company's website stated that customers shouldn't expect a response to any technical support questions "within 10 business days."
SolarWinds' response is that these calls are limited and automated, and almost all of the calls are answered by the same person. Any Java Runtime Environment update related to the release of Java 8u60 has so far caused problems for some users, and as of now, we do not yet have a fix. d2c66b5586