Today during Ignite 2019 Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager 1911 Technical Preview was released. The first Configuration Manager release where everything is re-branded from System Center to Microsoft Endpoint. The re-branding makes prefect sense, Configuration Manager has always walked it’s own way in the System Center family, different release cadence, different version name and so on.
I love playing around with a new Technical Preview and test everything out and complete the scenarios each time a new Tech Preview is released. If you don’t do it yourself, try it out it is great fun. Orchestration groups Orchestration groups are here! A long-awaited update/rewrite of Server groups which has been around for
Close after Configuration Manager 1802 CB we got a new technical preview, 1803!! Some really great stuff in this one some is a result of the Hackathon we did at the MVP Summit in March. What is new then? PXE boot without the need for WDS and IPV6 support. This has been around for a
After Ignite where Co-Management was announced, where we can manage a Windows 10 client both using SCCM on premise and using Intune and AzureAD, we can now test out this feature in Configuration Manager 1709 Technical Preview! While Co-Management is the biggest new feature in 1709TP, the VPN Profile creation wizard has gotten a whole
Today Technical Preview 1708 was released! Great new stuff as always. The Configuration Manager team release 15 releases of Configuration Manager in a year, 3 Current branch releases and 12 Technical Preview releases! That is simply amazing!! The Configuration Manager product team is doing an amazing job and the products capabilities goes beyond my wildest
After playing around a while with Configuration Manager 1701 Technical Preview build I thought it was time to share some info and some nice screenshots. The biggest new feature without competition is the fact that SCCM clients will now select Software Update point using Boundary Groups just like it would with an MP, DP …
Configuration Manager 1612 Technical Preview was released a couple of days ago and I have been playing around with it all the time I could spare since! Many new features that makes us long for 1701TP already now to see how the new features have improved. I cannot help seeing a picture before me where
Great to wake up to a new release of Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1611! The Configuration Manager team must have been really busy, first shipping 1610 and then a week after 1611 technical Preview. Truly impressed by the work they are putting in the product! Not that many new features in 1611 Technical Preview though