Great news, the Update 1601 now available in System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview !!!
Some of the new features that are available in this update include:
Conditional Access for PCs managed by ConfigMgr– Use conditional access capabilities in Configuration Manager to help secure access to Office 365 (Exchange Online and SharePoint online) on PCs that are managed by ConfigMgr. Conditions which can be used to control access are – Azure AD Workplace Join, BitLocker, Antimalware, Firewall, and Software Updates.
Online status of devices – Identify at a glance whether a client is online or offline in near real-time in the Configuration Manager console. With updated icons and columns in the console device listings, you can assess the status of clients in your environment to quickly identify problem areas that require attention.
New antimalware policy settings – Configure new antimalware settings including protection against potentially unwanted applications, user control of automatic sample submission, and scanning of network drives during a full scan.
This release also includes new features for customers using System Center Configuration Manager integrated with Microsoft Intune to manage mobile devices. Some of the features that you can expect to see are:
The ability to set iOS managed app configuration.
The ability to include Windows 10 health attestation data as part of overall device compliance check. You can learn more about Windows 10 health attestation, in this TechNet article.
Manage and deploy apps purchased through the Apple Volume Purchase Program (VPP)for Business portal.
A new update is available for System Center configuration Manager TP3 !
Combined end user portals – A unified portal experience is now available for end users, where all company approved software will be located for end users to discover and install. With this change, applications previously available only in the Application Catalog can now be viewed in the Software Center.
Client piloting to preproduction – You can now deploy and test updates to the Configuration Manager client using a pre-production collection while leaving your current client version in use by the remainder of your hierarchy. You can try this scenario with an updated client version that we are releasing as part of this update for testing purposes.
To enable this update, go to the “Updates and Servicing” node in your System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview 3 environment. If don’t see the update in your console, see the TechNet documentation here which provides a workaround.