https://insider.windows.com/en-us/for-business-organization-admin/?utm_source=other&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=201710-AdminAnnounce&utm_content=WIP_Body_OrgAdmin You can now opt in people via GPO. You can turn on Telemetry, Enable WIP, Select which build the machine gets. You can view others submitted feedback from your company. HOWEVER, you cannot edit or modify your companies submissions, yet. I still say do a query of your enterprise to see who is
Category: Windows Insider
In the past year we have had a lot of Nomenclature Changes for Windows As A Service (WAAS). The following slide from Ignite 2017 really clears it up. Just like designer MUD in a SPA. How often Office and Windows updated? What versions of Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr / SCCM) supports 1709 next
Fall Created Update (2017 RS3 1709) will be removing some more security holes. I wonder if some of these are in response to the SMB1 fiasco (WannaCry for example). TLS RC4 ciphers. The SCCM Windows Hello deployed feature which has been replaced with the Registration Authority of Active Directory Federation Services SysKey.exe gone in favor
Flash is dead…on mobile devices… in 2020 (same as Windows 7) http://www.reuters.com/article/us-adobe-systems-flash-idUSKBN1AA22R Oh Happy Day https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6zT8AyfsFmA Unfortunately it will still be supported on desktop browsers. However, I would not consider it far fetched to envision a world where more people user Mobile browsers than desktop ones. I for one will never mind
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Registration Link https://www.eventbrite.com/e/ctsmug-may-5th-ebay-steve-rachui-1e-tachyon-and-mms-speakers-tickets-33666870516 Venue – eBay Always looking for speakers! Schedule 10:00 – 11:00 Shaun Cassells – MMS presentation – Windows Insider for Business 11:00 – 12:00 Steve Rachui – Boundary changes in 1610 12:00 – 1:00 Lunch and Learn with 1E Tachyon – Real-time Configuration & Security Management at Scale 1:30 – 2:30 Steve
The Creators Update ( CB ) is very interesting to the enterprise. Ironically it is called the Creators Update and you will be hard pressed to find articles (they will come out eventually) about the new creation aspects. For the Enterprise IT there are several items that immediately catch your attention and make you want to update in
The offical windows update roll-out start date of the Creators update is April 11th 2017. The roll-out will be phased based on best hardware with the most ensured success first. Then larger and larger groups. If you just can’t wait there is an option to go right now. WARNING! The upgrade will require you
The Windows Insider for IT Pro has been renamed to Windows Insider for Business. You can sign up here: https://insider.windows.com/ForBusiness The original announcement on Feb 15 2017 was teased here https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2017/02/15/making-windows-insider-program-better-pro-business-customers/#Vcx6fbmlyua62Wky.97 Now businesses can test their internal applications on the builds and patches before they are released. This is awesome to help increase the testing windows.
Summary: New hardware is only supported and patched on W10. No downgrades. No patches. No Drivers. Jan 15 of 2016 Microsoft announced that all future chipsets would not support anything but W10. The chipset manufacturers included Intel (Skylake), AMD (Bristol Ridge), ARM (8996), Nvidia, Qualcom, etc. https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2016/01/15/windows-10-embracing-silicon-innovation/#X1ZvMYZdMXYgWMkx.97 As of March 9th 2017 this policy