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The installation will require activation, but no product key will need to be entered.Windows 7 through Windows 10 devices are supported as clients.There is no CAS or secondary site support in this release.There is also no support to upgrade from a prior build to this release and no planned support to upgrade to a later build (such as SCCM 2016 TP4).Though Always On Availability Groups should not be used for backups, a SCCM 2016 configuration using them will be both highly resilient and better prepared for disaster recovery.Let it be said that the Configuration Manager team does build out the most requested features.When talking to my non-techie friends, I have a hard time explaining why Windows 10 is such a huge deal.No matter how excited I get, they do not understand how awesome it is that the Windows 10 OS runs on the smallest core devices, such as phones, as well as on full-touch wall panels .
TP3 also supports the deployment of required applications with SCCM 2016 through an on-premises MDM.
Managing all of this is why I am so hyped about SCCM 2016.
Each technical preview of SCCM 2016 brings deeper integration with Windows 10.
Patching clusters has always been a pain, and administrators typically handled this by leveraging SCVMM and SCOM.
Cluster-aware settings make updating so much easier.
Mark it on your calendars: Quarter 4 will be a big one for Microsoft! Keeping pace with their new flight/release cycle, the Configuration Manager team recently released System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview 3 (SCCM 2016 TP3).