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Recast’s Endpoint Management Recap – May 2023

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Welcome to Recast’s Endpoint Management Recap, May 2023 – by Daniel Engberg

Hello everyone. As we bid farewell to May, I wanted to share some exciting updates and reflections from the past month.

While I couldn’t attend this year’s Midwest Management Summit (MMS), I’ve heard nothing but praise from my friends in the community who were fortunate enough to be there. They returned with valuable insights and new connections, highlighting the importance of events like MMS in our professional growth.

In the realm of scripting, ChatGPT continues to revolutionize our tasks, making them more efficient and unlocking new possibilities along the way.

Don’t miss out on the ongoing Cloud Skills Challenge, offering you the chance to earn a free Microsoft certification. This exciting opportunity ends on June 20th, so make sure to seize it before time runs out!

A new version of Configuration Manager technical preview (2305) has been released, reinforcing its significance in enterprise environments. Despite its perception as a legacy product, Microsoft continues to invest in updates, ensuring it remains adaptable to the evolving needs of our field.

As we progress, let’s stay informed about the latest security alerts, including the Windows Boot Manager revocations for Secure Boot changes (CVE-2023-24932). We can safeguard our systems and ensure a secure environment by remaining proactive.

I extend my sincere gratitude to all the community members who generously share their expertise through blog posts, podcasts, and other platforms. Your contributions inspire us and foster a thriving knowledge-sharing community.

See you next month!

– Daniel Engberg

Contents – Endpoint Management Recap


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endpoint management recap from Microsoft

The latest Configuration Manager Technical Preview version, version 2305, brings several exciting new features. These include introducing the Preferred Management Point (MP) option for PXE boot scenarios, allowing PXE clients to communicate with an initial lookup MP and receive the list of MP(s) for further communication. A new Site Maintenance task called “Delete Aged Task Execution Status Messages” is now available to clean up data older than 30 days on primary servers.

In other updates, Intune is preparing to introduce Windows driver and firmware updates, enhancing device management capabilities.

Furthermore, the highly anticipated feature of booting straight into a Windows 365 device is now available for deployment in the public preview.

Stay tuned for more exciting developments from Microsoft’s ecosystem of products.


Microsoft Azure Active Directory [What’s New Page]

Microsoft ConfigMgr [What’s New Page] [Tech Community] [Virtual Hub][MS Q\A][Reddit][Feedback]

Microsoft 365

Microsoft Intune [What’s New Page]

Microsoft Windows [What’s New Page]

Security Alerts and Info [Microsoft Security Portal – Security Update Guide]


endpoint management recap community news

Podcasts / Blog Series / Video Blogs‍

Blog Posts

Windows 11
Windows 365
Cloud Security
 Other SysAdmin Info
endpoint management recap conclusion

We recently held a webinar titled Patch Management: Best Practices and Why It’s Important. You can watch the recording here:

In the webinar we covered:

  • The reasons many companies overlook this crucial practice, and the consequences of neglecting it. 
  • The benefits of automating third-party patching.
  • Best practices to successfully implement an efficient patching process. 

In conjunction with the webinar, Recast Software recently released a pair of 3rd party patching assets. Read them here:

Also, check out these new Recast Software blog posts:


‍Thank you for checking out Recast’s Endpoint Management Recap – May 2023. Stay tuned for more helpful content coming your way in the new year.

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