SCCM / Endpoint Configuration Manager – The latest released of SCCM CB (1910) is available

The latest release of System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch (SCCM CB) – now known as Endpoint Configuration Manager Current Branch –  is now available.

Endpoint Configuration Manager Current Branch 1910 will be made available through the in-console update (as always) over the next few weeks to customers but if you want to get it immediately you can use the PowerShell script available from

As part of the new features:

  • Support for Desktop Analytics  – This release provides support for Desktop Analytics which is now generally available.  Desktop Analytics provides the insight and automation you need to efficiently get current and stay current with Windows. By integrating with Configuration Manager, Desktop Analytics adds cloud value to your on-premises infrastructure
  • Extend and Migrate on-premises Configuration Manager environment to Microsoft Azure – This new tool helps you to programmatically create Azure virtual machines (VMs) for Configuration Manager. It can install with default settings site roles like a passive site server, management points, and distribution points. Once you validate the new roles, use them as additional site systems for high availability. You can also remove the on-premises site system role and only keep the Azure VM role
  • Enable user policy for Windows 10 Enterprise multi-session – Configuration Manager current branch version 1906 introduced support for Windows Virtual Desktop. In this release if you require user policy on these multi-session devices, and accept any potential performance impact, you can now configure a client setting to enable user policy
  • Task sequence download on demand over the internet – Starting in this release, the task sequence engine can download packages on-demand from a content-enabled CMG or a cloud distribution point. This change provides additional flexibility with your Windows 10 in-place upgrade deployments to internet-based device
  • Bitlocker Management (MBAM) – Configuration Manager now provides the following management capabilities for BitLocker Drive Encryption (you can enable it when installing the update – see below)
  • Additional options for third-party update catalogs
  • Use Delivery Optimization for all Windows updates – With Configuration Manager version 1910, it’s now possible to use Delivery Optimization for the distribution of all Windows Update content for clients running Windows 10 version 1709 or later
  • and more

When installing this update, you will have the choice to enable the new BitLocker Management feature – if you don’t enable it during the installation, you can do it by accessing the Update and Servicing\Features blade


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