Updating system configuration
Also note that we released Cumulative Update 1 in August to further enhance support for Windows 10.
(For simplicity, I’ll just refer to these products collectively as “Config Mgr 2012” for the rest of this post.) The Config Mgr 2012 article on Tech Net only lists support for Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB 2015.
We will not extend support for further versions of Windows 10 Current Branch with Config Mgr 2012 because we need the new System Center Configuration Manager updating model to keep pace with Windows as a Service and Microsoft Intune.
In Summary: Planning and Guidance *Config Mgr 2012 supports Windows 10 version 1507 (build 10.0.10240) and 1511 (build 10.0.10586) for the lifecycle of these builds.
As I trust you already know by now, Windows 10 comes in two basic flavors: (1) a Current Branch (also known as Windows-as-a-Service) and (2) the Long-Term Servicing Branch with a more traditional support model.
The Current Branch also has the option of Current Branch for Business, which is the same build as the Current Branch, just deferred to a later date to give you time to further validate in your environment.
Knowing that customers are eager to deploy Windows 10 Current Branch now prior to the release of the new System Center Configuration Manager later this calendar year, we are extending Config Mgr 2012 support for Windows 10 to also include the first two builds of the Windows 10 Current Branch.
This new version will also simplify the Configuration Manager upgrade experience itself, and allow us to listen and more quickly respond to your feedback.Q) Can I manage devices that are configured for the Windows Insider program?