Follow my live tweet for today’s Windows 10 Partner Pre-Flight Summit!

8:30 am to 9:00 am Welcome and Housekeeping – Steve Adams, The Device Guy
9:00 am to 9:30 am Executive Welcome – Pat Schlight – Senior Director, US Channel Development
9:30 am to 10:00 am Partnering for the Future – Intel Insights – TBD
10:00 am to 10:30 am Break
10:30 am to 12:00 pm Windows 10 Setup & Deployment – Wes Keetch, Sr. Support Engineer, CSS
12:00 pm to 1:00 pm Lunch
1:00 pm to 4:30 pm Windows 10 Management – Dave Field, Lead Partner Consultant
4:30 pm to 5:00 pm Closing Notes & Evaluations – Steve Adams, The Device Guy

 

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Pat Schlight welcomes and refreshes us on the Microsoft Mission and Strategy.
Discusses making a device for every person a reality

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Michael Ray, Director of Intel’s National Accounts talks about the changing workplace

Businesses are powered by ideas

How is your current workplace holding you back?

  • Limited creativity
  • Compromised Collaboration
  • Reduced Efficiency
  • Decreased Productivity
  • Difficulty attracting and keeping top talent

Discussing Intel Core vPro

  • 100M install base
  • Intel Pro Wireless Display
  • Intel Wireless Docking

Windows 10 + Intel better together

  • Productivity = Intel Core i3/i5/i7 + Universal Apps & Cortana
    • Contextual mapping with Cortana
    • Login faster
  • Security = Intel Realsense (biometric agent, boot guard/BIOS guard) + Device Guard & Enterprise Data Protection (Windows Hello)
    • Secure logins with biometric
    • Trusted software
    • Separate corp/personal data & encrypt company data as it arrives on the device
    • Reduce exposure to viruses and malicious attacks and shutting down suspicious code
  • Manageability = Intel vPro + Upgrade/Provisioning & Current branc for businesses
    • Continue to deliver best OS
    • Managed and secure Windows OS from a single console
    • Integrate updates with existing apps, network and management platform

This all equates to getting time back

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Break time!

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Time to check out a piece of the Berlin Wall

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Wes Keetch, Sr. Support Engineer, CSS discusses Windows 10 Setup & Deployment

  • Deck and content under NDA, can’t wait until this all goes GA!
  • Just know that dynamic provisioning will be key!
  • Upgrade is better and more efficient than wipe-and-load, and enterprise ready!
  • 8 minutes to upgrade Win7 to Win10 logon!

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Windows 10 Management – Dave Field, Lead Partner Consultant

  • Managing Windows 10 devices
    • Challenges today
      • Lack of control for mobile devices
      • Different tolls for phone & PC
      • Policy conflict
      • Inconsistent user experience
    • With Windows 10
      • Granular mobile device mgmt
      • Converged admin controls
      • Automatic policy resolution
      • …not anymore
  • Managing New Win10 Functionality
    • Business Store
    • Enterprise Upgrade and Update
    • Inbox MDM
    • Task Worker Devices (Kiosk Mode)
    • Azure Domain Join
    • Provisioning Packages
    • Device Encryption enforcement
    • Enterprise Data protection
    • Conditional access
    • Passport
    • Endpoint Protection
  • Management options
    • Identity
      • AD – Now Azure AD
    • Membership
      • Domain Join | Workgroup – Azure AD join
    • Management
      • GPO – New GPO & AGMP
      • ConfMgr
      • MDM
      • Exchange Activesync
      • PowerShell | WMI
  • A single experience across all Windows devices
  • Win10 gives you more enroll options
    • Auto MDM enroll with AzureAD
    • Self MDM enroll
    • Bulk enroll
  • More policies for granular control
    • Security
      • Passport PIN policies
      • FW & Defender
    • Connectivity
      • Block sharing internet via Wifi
      • Auto connect VPN
    • Experience
      • Cortana
      • Theme background and color
    • Hardware
      • Camera
      • Bluetooth
    • System
      • Sync settings
      • Telemetry and flighting
    • Email
      • Exchange Activesync policies
      • Email profiles
    • And much more!
  • Conditional Access
    • MDM evaluates compliance
    • Device health attestation state (Windows health attestation service)
  • You can now manage device updates
    • Can communicate and authorize updates for Microsoft Update servers for corp machines
    • Control when & how
      • Scan & download
      • Approval for auto install
    • Choose your source
      • MS Update
      • Company Update Server
    • Update compliance
      • Can feed into conditional access
  • Enterprise data protection
    • User friendly work folders
    • Can be selectively removed
    • Audit intentional data disclosure
  • Managing apps has been simplified
    • Common platform/store
    • All-user apps
    • Consistent sideloading
    • Applocker
  • Acquire store apps through Business store
    • Apply VSSP
  • Remove all enterprise data with a single action
    • No way to do this with Windows 8.1 and prior
    • Smarter asset removal
      • Certs, VPN, wifi, apps & pp data
    • Either admins or users can un-enroll
    • Consistent experience
  • Capabilities today
    • ConfMgr
      • ConfMgr 2012 R2 SP1 & ConfMgr 2012 SP2
        • Deploy Win10
        • Manage Win10
    • Intune
      • Agent-driven capabilities
        • Config Management
        • Application Management
        • Anti-malware
        • Updates
      • MDM Capabilities
        • User Enrollment
        • OMA-DM Policy-based management
      • Guidance is still to deploy standalone, ConfMgr features lag
        • Migration from hybrid to ConfMgr and vice-versa is PAINFUL
  • Business Store
    • Support for work IDs
    • Bulk acquisition
    • App mgmt/reuse
      • Reclaim/reuse
      • Offline usage
    • Flexible app distribution
      • Familiar experience
      • Integrated with store
      • Integrated with mgmt tools
    • Support for LoB apps

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