Modern device management with a few twists
' My goal is to share my knowledge and experiences with community members on their own road to Modern device management. I love working with Microsoft technology and hopefully I can help a few people along the way.'
Author: Andy Jones Date Published: 09/08/2022
Expedite built from Windows Update for Business (WUfB)
I first want to provide some background to this blog topic. If you're familiar with the Windows Update for Busines (WUfB) service you'll know this is the main channel for updating your Windows 10 or later devices with the latest security defenses, bug fixes and Windows features. Once you switch from Configuration manager workloads to WUfB your devices can be updated with policies defined with cloud-based management using Intune. There are four key management policies provided by WUfB which include:
So What is Expedite for Quality updates
Expedite for quality updates were introduced to quickly maintain the productivity of devices. Originally released in May 2021 this option is still in preview at the time of writing, so please be aware of this when deploying on your production paltform.
PLEASE NOTE: Its important to know also that Expedite only includes security updates right now but could see this being expanded in the future.
Update: Bitesize demonstration Video coming soon on the GetModern Channel
Microsoft endpoint manager (mem) and Intune are changing at pace and new to the management options are Guided Scenarios currently in Preview. Get comfy and take a read.
Guided scenarios currently include (at the time of writing) the following options:
1 - Secure Office apps for mobile
2- Deploy Edge for mobile
3 - Set up a test device to try out cloud management
4 - Deploy Windows 10 in cloud configuration