Microsoft’s System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch represents the software company’s continuing maturation of its systems management platform. As Microsoft has moved to updating Windows at an ever-faster cadence, software that interacts with it must also adopt a faster pace to remain aligned with the operating system. This is certainly true of Configuration Manager (ConfigMgr), which previously incorporated the year of its release as part of its name but now goes by Current Branch, with updates approximately three times a year. Microsoft designed Configuration Manager Current Branch to be part of its Software as a Service (SaaS) platform, which enables it to keep pace with Windows 10 updates and provide support for new ...

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