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Now Available: Update 1702 for System Center Configuration Manager
Overview
With the release of Update 1702 for System Center Configuration Manager, we are excited to bring you a new level of functionality and support for managing your Windows 10 devices in the cloud. With this update, you can now take advantage of a variety of cloud-based features, such as cloud-based compliance, cloud-based device deployment, and cloud-based settings management. Keep reading to learn more about what Update 1702 has to offer.

Benefits of Cloud-Based Management
Cloud-based management enables you to manage your Windows 10 devices from anywhere, anytime. By leveraging the cloud, you can manage your devices from a single console, and easily deploy applications, settings, and security policies to all of your devices with a few clicks. Plus, with cloud-based management, you can easily track and monitor the health and security of your Windows 10 devices in real-time.

What’s Included in Update 1702?
Update 1702 for System Center Configuration Manager includes the following new features and enhancements:

Cloud-Based Compliance
With cloud-based compliance, you can now monitor and report on the health and security of your Windows 10 devices in real-time. You can easily create custom compliance policies to ensure that your devices are up-to-date with the latest security and privacy settings, and automatically remediate any issues that arise.

Cloud-Based Device Deployment
You can now leverage the cloud for device deployment. With cloud-based device deployment, you can easily and quickly deploy applications, settings, and security policies to all of your devices with a few clicks. Plus, you can track the status of your deployments in real-time to make sure that everything is running smoothly.

Cloud-Based Settings Management
You can now remotely manage the settings of your Windows 10 devices with cloud-based settings management. This includes the ability to remotely configure settings, such as security settings, browser settings, and power settings. You can also use cloud-based settings management to monitor the settings of your Windows 10 devices in real-time.

Conclusion
Update 1702 for System Center Configuration Manager brings you a new level of functionality and support for managing your Windows 10 devices in the cloud. With cloud-based compliance, device deployment, and settings management, you can easily monitor and manage your Windows 10 devices from a single console. For more information about Update 1702, please visit the Microsoft website.

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