To support your efforts to deliver and deploy updates to the Windows 10 devices being used by remote, onsite, and hybrid workers across your organization, and manage those devices effectively, we are continuing our series of weekly "office hours" for IT professionals here on Tech Community.
During office hours, we will have a broad group of product experts, servicing experts, and engineers representing Windows, Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune, Configuration Manager), security, FastTrack, and more. They will be monitoring the Windows 10 servicing space and standing by to provide guidance, discuss strategies and tactics, and, of course, answer any specific questions you may have.
Simply visit the Windows 10 servicing space and click Start a New Donversation. At the start of office hours, we'll pin a post outlining the individuals on hand, and their areas of expertise.
Have an issue or question you'd prefer not to discuss publicly? No problem. Simply click on the name of the person you'd like to speak with, then select Message in the top-right corner to send a direct message.
Can’t attend at the designated time? Again, no problem. Post a question in the Windows 10 servicing space up to 48 hours in advance and add the "Office Hours" label. We'll make sure we review it during office hours.
Office hours are text-based; there is no audio or virtual meeting component. To post a question, you just need to be a member of the Tech Community. If you haven’t already signed up, click Sign In in the top right corner of this site to join the Tech Community today.
We currently have two servicing office hours events scheduled, and more will be coming in 2021:
This blog post will continue to be updated as we announce future events.
We look forward to answering your questions!
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