Windows 10 1703 Creators Update: First impressions
Windows 10 creators update is out and I wanted to create a quick blog of the initial experience installing and enrolling it into one of my Azure Active Directory (AAD) test tenants. The initial installation is more or less the same as before, but we know for a while that Microsoft will improve the OoBE (Out of Box Experience) where it now has a new nicer flow and UI. It’s very interesting to see how Microsoft is investing in these types of features and it tells us (in my opinion) how Microsoft looks at the future of Device/Windows deployment and management. Enabling the users to be more hands-on when it comes to the deployment experience.
Have a look at the screenshots below. What do you think about the changes?
Settings and application data is synced down from Azure and I am familier with mye Win10 layout! Allways Nice…
New Windows Defender Security Centre!
The device has auto-enrolled into Intune when joined to AAD and we can see that the Desktop is using a new version of Windows. Perfect!
This was the first impressions. I will continue to blog about the new features and how to utilize Windows 10 with Cloud services from Microsoft in a modern world.
So stay tuned. And do not forget to leave a comment if you have any questions!
/Marius A. Skovli
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Microsoft Enterprise Client Management Evangelist with: 10+ years experience within Microsoft System Management Solutions
Extensive experience across Private and Public Sector
Passion for Community Driven work, volunteering within Microsoft technology
Great belief that sharing experience within fellow peers is key to creating a sustainable society
Strong commitment to System Center User Group Norway as co-founder and current leader
I am a technology enthusiast working as a consultant for the consultant company CTGlobal. I have always been passionate about IT and have the last 10 + years worked with Management and Automation within Microsoft technology. Back in 2005/6 I started working with System Management Server (SMS) 2003 and have been working with Enterprise Client Management ever since, where i today focus on helping customers design and implement solutions based on System Center Configuration Manager and/or Enterprise Mobility Suite from Microsoft. Other parts of my work consists of speaking and presenting at different events and seminars, doing research and blog about solutions I find and products I work with. I truly believe in a strong community where knowledge and know-how is essential. Creating creative arenas where it is possible for peers to spread the word about new technologies and solutions is key and as an act on this I co-founded System Center User Group Norway (www.scug.no). SCUG is an initiative where we discuss, preach and present new technologies and solutions in the System Center Space from Microsoft. This is a free arena for everybody to join that is interested in/or enthusiastic about Microsoft Cloud Platform (Enterprise Client Management or Cloud and Datacenter).
System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM2007-SCCM2012), Enterprise Mobility and Intune, Windows and Windows server deployment.