This looks like the same idea as another submission here: https://configurationmanager.uservoice.com/forums/300492-ideas/suggestions/35545498-sccm-updating-office-365-source-install-files
Perhaps they should be merged?
In the meantime, while Rich did post this idea a day before the one I linked above, the other submission has 16 votes, so I'd suggest upvoting that one.
I'm out of votes at the moment, but definitely agree that this should be a thing. When creating an Office 365 Installer, there should be an option to always install the latest version from the channel selected. SCCM would then check for updated install files periodically, and update the local copy as needed. This way, a single Office 365 ProPlus application can always be used to install the current version, instead of having to create a new application every few months to avoid installing an out of date version that immediately requires a bunch of updates to be installed.
Updating this item as there’s support for Windows 10 In-place upgrade using the Cloud Management Gateway – see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/plan-design/changes/whats-new-in-version-1802
Adding this in case some folks missed it or Win 10 In-place upgrade addresses their requirement.
I recognize this it not full OS Deployment as there’s no WinPE phase (WinPE has no wireless stack)
192 votesstarted · Admindjam (Product Director, or Executive, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Should be in the 1802tp.
23 votesNoted · Admindjam (Product Director, or Executive, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
I love this idea.
I like this, although I would suggest some kind of prompt first, listing what products SCCM thinks should be added to the update sync list, with a checkbox next to each in order to accept or decline.
1,452 votesplanned · AdminMark Silvey - ConfigMgr Product Team (Engineering Manager, ConfigMgr, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Saw a working demo of this recently so updating to planned.
785 votesstarted · Admindjam (Product Director, or Executive, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Try this out over CMG in #SCCM TP 1906
I'm not trying to knock this idea at all, but wanted to mention that this can be accomplished using DirectAccess. If you don't want or need the users to have corporate connectivity remotely, DA can be configured for Manage-Out only, so that you have full management access without giving them access to corporate resources.