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Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager Now Available: Unlock Powerful New Features & Enhancements!

Now Available: Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager
What is System Center Configuration Manager?
System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) is a Microsoft product used to manage the deployment and security of devices and applications across an organization. It is a comprehensive solution for managing endpoint devices. SCCM provides a single console for managing traditional and mobile devices, as well as for managing Windows 10 devices.What is Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager?
Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager is the latest update for the product. The update includes several new features, improvements and fixes. With this update, administrators can now manage Windows 10 devices, deploy applications and updates, and protect data on devices. Additionally, the update includes support for the new Windows 10 features such as Windows Information Protection, Windows Defender Application Guard, and more.Key Features of Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager
Deploy Applications and Updates
Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager allows administrators to deploy applications and updates to Windows 10 devices. This includes the ability to deploy applications and updates to Windows 10 devices that are enrolled in a Windows 10 Mobile Device Management (MDM) solution.Protect Data on Devices
Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager also provides enhanced data protection capabilities for Windows 10 devices. Administrators can now set up Windows Information Protection policies and Windows Defender Application Guard settings to protect organizational data from malicious and unauthorized access.Manage Windows 10 Devices
Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager provides a single console for managing Windows 10 devices. Administrators can manage Windows 10 devices, including the ability to set up device compliance policies and deploy applications and updates.PowerShell Scripts for System Center Configuration Manager
Administrators can use PowerShell scripts to manage and configure System Center Configuration Manager. Below are some examples of PowerShell scripts for Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager.Configure Windows 10 Devices
Administrators can use the following PowerShell script to configure Windows 10 devices:# Configure Windows 10 Devices

$CmDeviceSettings = Get-CMDeviceSetting
$CmDeviceSettings.EnableDeviceCompliance = $true
$CmDeviceSettings.EnableWindowsDefenderApplicationGuard = $true
$CmDeviceSettings.EnableWindowsInformationProtection = $true
Set-CMDeviceSetting -Instance $CmDeviceSettings

Deploy Applications and Updates
Administrators can use the following PowerShell script to deploy applications and updates to Windows 10 devices:# Deploy Applications and Updates

$CmApp = Get-CmApp -Name “MyApplication”
$CmAppDeployment = New-CmAppDeployment -Name “MyApplicationDeployment” -CollectionName “MyWindows10Devices” -Application $CmApp -Action Install
Start-CmAppDeployment -Name “MyApplicationDeployment”

Conclusion
Update 1706 for System Center Configuration Manager is the latest update for the product and provides several new features, improvements and fixes. With this update, administrators can manage Windows 10 devices, deploy applications and updates, and protect data on devices. Additionally, the update includes support for the new Windows 10 features such as Windows Information Protection, Windows Defender Application Guard, and more. Administrators can use PowerShell scripts to manage and configure System Center Configuration Manager.

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