Support for Windows 10 for System Center Configuration Manager
Applies to: System Center Configuration Manager (Current Branch)
This topic details the releases of Windows 10 that you can use with the different versions of System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch. This includes:
- Windows 10 as Configuration Manager client.
- The Windows 10 Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK).
Windows 10 as a client
Configuration Manager attempts to provide support as a client for each new Windows 10 release as soon as possible after it becomes available. Because the products have separate development and release schedules, the support that Configuration Manager provides depends on when each becomes available.
For example, a Configuration Manager version will drop from the matrix after support for that version ends. Similarly, support for Windows 10 versions like the Enterprise 2015 LTSB or 1511 will drop from the matrix when they are removed from support. See Deprecated operating systems for more information.
- The following information supplements Supported operating systems for clients and devices.
- If you use the Long-Term Servicing Branch of Configuration Manager, see Supported Configurations for the Long-Term Servicing Branch.
|Windows 10 version||Configuration Manager 1702||Configuration Manager 1706||Configuration Manager 1710|
|Enterprise 2015 LTSB|
|Enterprise 2016 LTSB|
(Also known as the Anniversary Update)
(Also known as the Creators Update)
(Also known as the Fall Creators Update)
Editions: Enterprise, Pro, Education, Pro Education
| = Backwards compatible - This means that existing client management features (hardware inventory, software inventory, software updates, etc.) should work with the new Windows 10 release. Any known issues or caveats will be documented.
This approach gives you the ability to deploy and manage new Windows builds on day one with application compatibility support without requiring a new Configuration Manager update version.
|= Not supported|
Windows 10 ADK
When you deploy operating systems with Configuration Manager, the Windows ADK is an external dependency that is required.
The following table list the versions of the Windows 10 ADK that you can use with different versions of Configuration Manager.
|Windows 10 ADK version||Configuration Manager 1702||Configuration Manager 1706||Configuration Manager 1710|
|= Supported - Windows recommends using the Windows ADK that matches the version of Windows you are deploying. For example, use the Windows ADK for Windows 10 version 1703 when deploying Windows 10 version 1703.|
|= Backward compatible - This combination is not tested but should work. Any known issues or caveats will be documented.|
|= Not supported|