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If this is all news to you, stop reading and click with our first technical preview, we will release a new version of Configuration Manager by the end of this calendar year.
This new version will bring full support for the deployment, upgrade, and management of Windows 10.
Q) Can I manage devices that are configured for the Windows Insider program?
Configuration Manager can perform some management capabilities on devices that are running a Windows Insiders build, but since updates are delivered via Windows Update some Configuration Manager features will not be available.
System Center Configuration Manager will also have new capabilities specifically for Windows 10 servicing.
Q) What version of Windows do I have to be running in order to complete an in-place upgrade to Windows 10?
Finally we do intend to ship a version aligned with the rest of System Center and Windows Server when they ship in 2016.
This new version will also simplify the Configuration Manager upgrade experience itself, and allow us to listen and more quickly respond to your feedback.
If you don’t think you’ll be able to upgrade your environment to System Center Configuration Manager in the next several months, then you’ll need to deploy Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB 2015 with Config Mgr 2012 to remain in a supported configuration going forward.
Subsequent releases of the Windows 10 Current Branch in 2016 and beyond will not be supported with Config Mgr 2012.
This is because we will be able to deliver incremental updates to support the capabilities of future versions of the Windows 10 Current Branch.
The fact that we are not including a calendar year in the name is a reflection of the fact that the new System Center Configuration Manager will be updated frequently.
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As I trust you already know by now, Windows 10 comes in two basic flavors: (1) a Current Branch (also known as Windows-as-a-Service) and (2) the Long-Term Servicing Branch with a more traditional support model.