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Slides and recording from “New cloud features in Configuration Manager Technical Preview”

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I recently did a presentation for a Belgian User Group where I talked about a bunch of cool features in Microsoft Endpoint Manager like Tenant Attach, the ability to install applications, run scripts, use CMPivot, cloud OSD and more.



Here are the details about the session

20h30 – 21h15: What’s new with cloud features in Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager Technical Preview by Niall C. Brady (Microsoft MVP Enterprise Mobility + windowsnoob.com).

In this session you’ll get to see new Tenant attach features coming soon to Microsoft Endpoint Manager, Configuration Manager. These features are already available to try out in the Technical Preview releases. You’ll see how to install applications from the admin center, what the device timeline is and how to use it, CMPivot actions, Run scripts. In addition, you’ll look at other cloud friendly features such as VPN boundary type, Task sequence media support for cloud-based content.


You can download the PowerPoint I used and watch a recording of the presentation in full below. I demo some cool features so I’d recommend you watch it in full.

ppt – A look at the new cloud features in Configuration Manager Technical Preview

video – https://1drv.ms/u/s!ApUuxMbRp9Jge_z66VXDKbnl0AU?e=csDRN7



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