Configuration Manager technical preview version 2405
Published Jun 07 2024 11:33 AM 4,192 Views
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Configuration Manager now supports SQL Extended Protection for Authentication

 

Configuration Manager now supports SQL Extended Protection for Authentication. It's a security feature that enhances protection against MITM attacks, making SQL Server more secure when connections are made using Extended Protection. These enhancements collectively reduce the risk of unauthorized access and protect sensitive data managed by the SQL Server Database Engine.

 

For more information, see Connect to the Database Engine Using Extended Protection

 

BitLocker support in Arm devices

 

Configuration Manager now supports BitLocker Task Sequence steps for Arm devices. In BitLocker Management, policies that include OS Drive encryption with a TPM protector and Fixed Drive encryption with the Auto-Unlock option are supported on Arm devices.

 

 

Introducing Centralized Search - Desired Workspace Selection

 

The centralized search box now enables the option to select the desired workspace for searching. Users can easily refine their search results by selecting the desired workspace from the dropdown menu.

 

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Fixes

 

Performance Enhancement of policy processing and collection evaluation

 

The performance of policy processing and collection evaluation has been enhanced. Previously, blocking chains from sp_ProcessPolicyChanges, called by PolicyPv, would run for hours, disrupting multiple workloads including collection management and policy processing.

Known issues

 

Unable to import or connect to Powershell Configuration Manager module via console

 

While importing or connecting to Configuration manager Powershell module via CM console users get the following error message : PS C:\Build\AdminConsole\bin> Import-Module .\ConfigurationManager.psd1 Import-Module : The module manifest 'C:\Build\AdminConsole\bin\ConfigurationManager.psd1' could not be processed because it is not a valid Windows PowerShell restricted language file. Remove the elements that are not permitted by the restricted language

Configuration Manager console won't automatically update

 

If you update a technical preview site from version 2401 to a later version, the Configuration Manager console fails to update. This problem is because of a known issue in the extension installer.

 

Mitigation: To work around this issue, after you update the site from version 2401 to a later version, manually uninstall the previous console and run ConsoleSetup.exe.

 

For more information, see Install the Configuration Manager console

 

Update 2405 for Technical Preview Branch is available in the Microsoft Configuration Manager Technical Preview console. For new installations, the 2405 baseline version of Microsoft Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch is available on the link:  CM2405TP-Baseline or from Eval center

 

Technical Preview Branch releases give you an opportunity to try out new Configuration Manager features in a test environment before they are made generally available.

 

We would love to hear your thoughts about the latest Technical Preview! Send us feedback directly from the console.

 

Thanks,

The Configuration Manager team

 

Configuration Manager Resources:

Documentation for Configuration Manager Technical Previews

Try the Configuration Manager Technical Preview Branch

Documentation for Configuration Manager

Configuration Manager Forums

Configuration Manager Support

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