First published on CloudBlogs on Mar 22, 2018 by Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager Team
We are delighted to announce that we have released version 1802 for the Current Branch (CB) of System Center Configuration Manager that includes new features and product enhancements! In this release we continue to build on the co-management capabilities we introduced in 1710. We’ve enabled new workloads and improved reporting to better support your transition to modern management. In addition, another key feature in the 1802 release is the ability to take real-time actions within your environment, using the Run Scripts feature. This feature allows you to quickly determine the current state of 100,000’s of clients letting you diagnose issues and take actions on them in real-time. We’ve also continued to streamline Configuration Manager's infrastructure requirements, with better Delivery Optimization integration and improved Internet management capabilities enabling better and easier management of your systems anywhere, anytime. As always, 1802 has also been tested at scale — by real customers, in real production environments with over 1 million clients already being managed by our early adopters. Here are some of the enhancements that are available in this update:
This release also includes the following improvements based on your feedback from UserVoice
For more details and to view the full list of new features in this update, check out our What’s new in version 1802 of System Center Configuration Manager documentation. Updated 4/12/2018 Note : The update is now globally available to all customers. The script to enable the first wave is no longer necessary. For assistance with the upgrade process please post your questions in the Site and Client Deployment forum . Send us your Configuration Manager feedback through the Feedback Hub app built-in to Windows 10. When you Add new feedback be sure to select the Enterprise Management category and then choose from one of the following subcategories:
Continue to use our UserVoice page to share and vote on ideas about new features in Configuration Manager. Thank you, The System Center Configuration Manager team Additional resources:
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