Learn about the Microsoft Configuration Manager current branch model and how it works with the Windows 10 servicing model

In December 2015, Microsoft made some major changes to System Center Configuration Manager when the current branch model was introduced. This new model transformed how ConfigMgr was delivered, moving from longer release cycles to regular updates that are designed to support the faster pace of updates for Windows 10 and Microsoft Intune. With this change comes questions, and the Configuration Manager team has posted a FAQ that addresses some of the more common questions customer have. To get more details and check out the FAQ, see the following:

FAQ: System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch)

J.C. Hornbeck, Solution Asset PM
Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Group

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