We have enabled co-management to manage Windows Updates and Office 365 installation in our environment. Having set up a hostpool in Virtual Desktop (Win 10 multi) for testing, I have noticed after installing the SCCM client co-management can not be enabled.
<![LOG[Co-management is disabled but expected to be enabled.]LOG]!>
<![LOG[Not a workstation, this device should be SCCM managed.]LOG]!>
'Access work or school' options are also unavailable as the OS is identifying itself as a server. Are modern management solutions like Intune going to be usable on Windows 10 multi session in future as this could likely mean the reintroduction of WSUS for update management which i dont really want to do.