Windows 10 enterprise management with System Center Configuration Manager and Intune
First published on CloudBlogs on Sep, 30 2014
This roadmap announcement was originally published in September 2014. It has been updated with links to additional details and product announcements published subsequently.
with clarifications and a link to the Configuration Manager Technical Preview]
with links to the announcements for System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager SP1 and System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP2, the Windows 10 compatibility update for Configuration Manager 2007 and MDT 2013 Update 1. Also added a link to our post about support for the Windows 10 branches with Configuration Manager.]
Today at a Microsoft event in San Francisco, the Windows team shared new details on the future of Windows in the enterprise, with a first look at Windows 10. Aligned with this
, we’d like to begin sharing more of our high level direction for Windows 10 management with
System Center Configuration Manager
. And in addition share early information on our Configuration Manager support for the
next version of Windows Server
Windows 10 will be delivered in a way that allows for more choice and flexibility for businesses. Businesses will be able to opt-in to the fast-moving consumer pace, or lock-down mission critical environments that require only security updates and fixes.
In alignment with these changes for Windows 10, the next version of Configuration Manager will be more easily updatable to support each of these Windows 10 updates. At the same time we also recognize that not all of our customers will immediately upgrade to this next version of Configuration Manager so for this reason we will provide support across previous versions. In summary: