System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch Update 1706.
Here are just few of the enhancements that are available in this update:
Windows 10 and Office 365
- Manage Microsoft Surface driver updates – You can now use Configuration Manager to manage Microsoft Surface driver updates.
- Windows Analytics Commercial ID and Windows telemetry levels – You can now specify the Windows Analytics Commercial ID and configure telemetry, commercial data, and Internet Explorer data collection settings in Client Settings for use with Upgrade Readiness.
- Improved user experience for Office 365 updates – Improvements have been made to leverage the Office Click-to-Run user experience when a client installs an Office 365 update. This includes pop-up and in-app notifications, and a countdown experience.
Windows 10 Security
- SecureBoot and TPM inventory data – Hardware inventory can now determine whether the device has SecureBoot enabled and various properties of the TPM (enabled by default).
- Windows Defender Device Guard – You can now include trust for specific files and folder paths in Device Guard policies.
- Azure AD-enabled Cloud Management – You can now onboard the site to Azure AD via Cloud Services. Additionally, you can install the client on the Internet.
- Windows Update for Business enhancements – There is a new dedicated experience to configure and deploy deferral settings for easy discoverability.
- Cloud services consolidation – There is now common experience for OMS Connector, Upgrade Readiness, Windows Store for Business, and Cloud Management.
- Reload boot images with latest WinPE version – During the “Update Distribution Points” wizard on a boot image, you can now reload the version of Windows PE in the selected boot image.
- Boundary Group improvements – Boundary groups now support configuring the time for fallback for software update points.
- Configuration Manager Update Reset Tool – We have added new tool to reset and restart in-console updates when they have problems downloading or replicating.
- Accessibility – Screen reader improvements and improved keyboard navigation in and out of the ribbon in the Configuration Manager console.
Configuration Manager connected with Microsoft Intune
- Entrust as certificate authority for PFX Certificates – Entrust can now be used as the certificate authority for PFX certificates.
- Additional Android for Work features – You can now configure app configuration policies for Android for Work and support for available apps.
- Additional Compliance Policy settings – We added additional compliance policy settings that were previously available only in Intune standalone.
- Enrollment restriction conditions – Admin can now prevent enrollment for iOS or Android devices marked as personal.
- Cisco IPSec VPN support for iOS – Cisco IPsec will be a new connection type option for VPN profiles for iOS.
- Windows Edition Upgrade policy – This policy allows admins to set a policy to upgrade Windows 10 to Enterprise editions.
- Additional MAM settings – We added new settings such as block screen capture (Android only), disable contact sync, and disable printing.
- Windows configuration settings – We added new Windows configuration item settings that were previously only available in Intune standalone.
- Create and run PowerShell scripts – You can now create and run scripts with parameters to devices and collections.
- Task Sequence improvements – You can now easily toggle when the task sequence progress is or is not displayed to the end user, on a granular step-by-step basis. Additionally, groups in the task sequence editor can be collapsed or expanded.
- Share an application from Software Center – You can copy a direct link to an application in Software Center using the new Share button in the Application Details view.
UPDATE: If you don’t see update in SCCM Console, use this script.