Improving experience for VPN profiles for ConfigMgr and Hybrid MDM

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Starting in the System Center Configuration Manager 1709 Technical Preview, we’re making it easier to determine which VPN profile settings are supported on each platform – like the changes we’ve made to compliance policies and configuration items. When creating a new VPN profile, you’ll first choose the platform it applies to, and then all the settings in the following wizard pages will apply to the selected platform. This will make it much easier to avoid creating an invalid profile – which will in turn reduce the need to troubleshoot broken VPN profiles or to contact support.

 

We started down this path several releases ago when we split the Windows 10 VPN workflow from the all platforms workflow. Now, we’ve split up all the supported platforms so they’ll each have their own path.

 

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Read about it in the Enterprise Mobility & Security blog.

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