In this post, I want to provide an overview of all the new RDS features that are available in the TP3 build. I also want to call out some of the features that are not fully complete yet (TP3 is not a production ready release) so that you have prior information about potential issues.
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You might encounter the following error in Azure Backup: A server registration certificate was not available to authenticate this server with the backup service. Ensure that you signed in with an administrator account and try again. If the issue persists, register the server again.
Today we are excited to release the first preview of Windows Server Containers as part of our Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 release.
Today, we’re announcing the next milestone for the platform with the availability of Windows Server 2016 Technical Preview 3 and System Center 2016 Technical Preview 3.
Today, in our third Technical Preview of Windows Server 2016 and System Center 2016, we are releasing the first public preview of Windows Server Containers to bring these benefits to our customers. We are also introducing features including new Nano Server functionality and software-defined datacenter enhancements to help you build a solid foundation for modern […]
Today, we are making available System Center Configuration Manager and System Center Endpoint Protection Technical Preview 3. This third technical preview provides you with a glimpse of even more functionality that will be released in Q4 of this calendar year, bringing with it full support for client deployment, upgrade, and management of Windows 10.
We’re happy to announce the Custom Fields Preview’s public release! Custom Fields will allow users to create a new searchable field from their data that is already collected into their in OMS account.
Windows 10 client machines can now be backed up seamlessly to cloud by Azure Backup service. Customers with machines running Windows 10 (64-bit) operating systems can protect their important file-folder data to Azure in a secure manner and restore data on any machine.
Short answer – you don’t! Or more accurately – you should not need to. But…
Since there is no RMS anymore, it doesn’t matter which management server I start with. There is no need to begin with whomever holds the RMSe role. I simply make sure I only patch one management server at a time to allow for agent failover without overloading any single management server.
Just a quick note to let you know that the “System Center Management Pack for Windows Server Operating System” has been updated. The newest version has the below changes.
In this podcast, Brad talks with Mark Florida (Principal Program Manager of ConfigMgr) about best practices for successfully managing Windows 10 with EMS and ConfigMgr.