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“Unlock Power & Flexibility with System Center Configuration Manager Update 1710 – Now Available!”

Now Available: Update 1710 for System Center Configuration Manager
Introduction
The System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is a powerful tool that helps IT professionals manage and deploy software, services, and updates to their organization’s systems. Microsoft releases periodic updates to the SCCM, and the most recent release, Update 1710, is now available. It includes a variety of improvements, including new features and support for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at some of the most noteworthy changes included in this update.

What’s New in Update 1710?
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update
The most notable change in Update 1710 is the support for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. This means that IT professionals can now use SCCM to manage the deployment of the latest version of the Windows 10 operating system. This support includes the ability to use the task sequence editor to deploy the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

Intune Integration
Update 1710 also includes improved integration with Microsoft Intune. This integration allows IT professionals to manage both SCCM and Intune from a single console. This means that IT professionals can now deploy and manage applications and updates across both platforms, making it easier to keep their organization’s systems up to date.

Other Improvements
Update 1710 also includes a variety of other improvements. For example, IT professionals can now use SCCM to manage the deployment of Linux operating systems, and the task sequence editor has been improved to make it easier to use. Additionally, Update 1710 includes improved support for virtual machine deployments, and the ability to deploy Windows 10 in-place upgrades using SCCM.

Conclusion
The System Center Configuration Manager Update 1710 is now available, and it includes a variety of improvements, including support for Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and improved integration with Microsoft Intune. Additionally, Update 1710 includes improved support for virtual machine deployments, and the ability to deploy Windows 10 in-place upgrades. With this update, IT professionals can now more easily manage and deploy software, services, and updates to their organization’s systems.

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