You should be able to create a conditional access rule that only the computers with the latest Windows 10 build can access corporate resources.
The latest version is required because it might introduce new security features or some other functionality.0 votes
When you create a configuration item you can select "Supported Platforms" but why not also allow the use of "Global Conditions" so we can further restrict how the rule would be appeared?
An example, I need to test for a hotfix being present on Windows 7 x86 & x64 machines but only need the update on laptops.0 votes
Allow upload of powershell scripts (not just the script block) as detection methods or Configuration Item scripts
If we have AllSigned selected as a powershell execution policy either as a global gpo or via the client, any script blocks that are written for detection methods on applications or discovery/remediation for config items will fail since they "aren't signed". Organizations where execution policies are scoped as such aren't able to use these features when the configmgr client downloads the scripts to the staging area and scrambles the script name.0 votes
Add a priory order option to Compliance Items 'settings'. Currently you can have multiple settings but you don;t know in which order they process. if you have 'setting 1' dependent on 'setting 2' you can't specify the order in which they process. Same might go for Baselines but that not my current need.0 votes
The ability to run a configuration baseline on a collection that has the baseline applied to a parent collection.
Currently we have certain Baselines that are applied to our master collection of all computers in the organization. However, when we replace a lab we should be able to run that baseline without having to run it against the master collection.0 votes
For networks that require port-based 802.1x authentication, group policy wired network profiles is the recommended way to manage the authentication settings for LAN interfaces. It would be really useful if ConfigMgr could manage and apply the wired network profiles. Managing the settings from ConfigMgr would allow us to take more steps away from using Group Policy to manage device settings.0 votes
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