Attendant Console compatibility with Call manager 10.5

On link below, Cisco compatibility section (p.11), it says Attendant console v9.1.1.20 is compatible with max call manager version 9.0(x) ...

http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucmac/arc/CUACEERN91120.pdf

What I'm trying to understand is when cisco something is not compatible, do they mean ACTUALLY its not going to work OR rather it may functionally work but they wont support it if customer needs tech assistance ??? I need to upgrade existing Call manager from 8.6 to 10.5 and was wondering if someone has actually tested Cisco Unified Enterprise attendant console v9 with Call Manager 10.x ?? thanks ....
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José MéndezCommented:
To your first question: Cisco won't support you, and there are 50/50 chances the products won't work 100% as expected.

The TSP plugins are quite sensible to the CM version, so I can guarantee there will be issues. Why don't you upgrade the Console as well?
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Bill1982Author Commented:
I could...I was just more keen to do Call manager upgrade first to v10.5 ..

with CUEAC, Cisco has discontinued Enterprise family in version 10 of Attendant console....Standard or Advanced are the only options...so I am thinking the action plan would be to
1. Build a new Attendant console server (Standard/advanced)
2. Import data from existing Enterprise attendant console v9 to the newly built server

has anyone done this before ?
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José MéndezCommented:
You can install Attendant Console Advanced on top of your CUEAC 9 to retain previous configuration. Once you do that, you upgrade the license scheme. This is the tool you can use

tools.cisco.com/gct/Upgrade/jsp/index.jsp
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Bill1982Author Commented:
thanks.
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