Microsoft unveiled Surface Enterprise Management Mode (SEMM) a few months ago. Today the company is announcing that System Center Configuration Manager now supports SEMM.
The new Configuration Manager deployment path streamlines the deployment process into a simple two-stage application deployment. The first step is to place the required SEMM assemblies on the Surface device by deploying the Microsoft Surface UEFI Manager. Once the assemblies are present, you can deploy, manage, or remove SEMM all through PowerShell.
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