In this webinar, we’ll review how Microsoft has modified its patching strategy to incorporate the new Feature Updates for Windows 10. After an overview of the branch model and how MS has positioned the various offerings of Windows 10, we will dive into patching strategy and what works best at firms deploying these new upgrades. A discussion of task sequence best practices within SCCM will be followed by specific examples of how firms can leverage this functionality as part of their patching strategy in Windows 10. We’ll also discuss configuration and deployment of Windows 10 and Office cumulative updates, and what these changes mean for law firms. Lastly, we will demo a proof of concept for the Microsoft “rings” within an organization, and how firms can use different collections to streamline deployments.
Christopher Wilson is a Practice Manager at Kraft & Kennedy, Inc, where he provides technical design guidance and troubleshooting capacity on engagements involving thin client, virtualization, and operating system design and deployment technologies. He also leads the enterprise client systems desktop infrastructure team, investigating and recommending solutions based on the most recent technologies for Windows deployment and operating system management. Christopher has over 11 years of experience with Active Directory design, Group Policy configuration, software distribution technologies and operating system deployment..
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