Welcome to the Eighty-Third (83nd) Windows 365 Community newsletter!
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What’s new in Windows 365 (2302)
Windows 365 Enterprise – The ultimate step-by-step deployment guide
Robin has posted a deployment guide that outlines the steps required to set up Windows 365 Enterprise, beginning with the system requirements, which include assigning licenses to users, configuring user settings, creating an Azure network connection (optional), and creating a custom image (also optional). The process continues with the creation of a provisioning policy and finally connecting to the Windows 365 Cloud PC. The step-by-step guide is designed to make the setup process as seamless as possible, helping IT administrators to deploy and manage Windows 365 Enterprise with ease.
Read the full post blog post here: Windows 365 Enterprise – The ultimate step-by-step deployment guide
Enabling Remote Help and Supporting Users with Intune
Artil has published a guide that covers the setup of Remote Help – view the full guide here: Enabling Remote Help and Supporting Users with Intune
Evaluating the user experience and use cases for Windows 365
Windows 365 is not meant for individual consumers but is designed for large-scale deployment by companies and enterprises. It offers businesses the flexibility to utilize computing power as needed, raising questions about whether the Cloud PC era will revolutionize business computing, especially with regards to security, agility, and remote capabilities, after the widespread use of VDI.
Read more the full post by Rob here: Evaluating the user experience and use cases for Windows 365