Absolutely. Great catch! Thanks!
Thanks, GP MVP Jeremy Moskowitz! :)
Isn't it, though? That's the state we're in, though. A lot of folks seem to be lulled into a false sense of security by the "Insider" program. If it's not called "beta" it can't be a "beta," right...
Can you check to see if it's related to: KB3114717?
Not yet, but very, very soon. I'll definitely be letting everyone know when registration is live. You can also be notified through the new IT/Dev Connections blog and by signing up for the email...
This is strictly for handling Windows 10 feature upgrades like the one from November. However, any feature upgrade can also be used to fully upgrade Windows 7 and Windows 8 computers. This is what...
That's true, however, that also assumes you want to be running beta software the rest of your life. Or, you don't you users running beta software. :)
Those options currently only exist on the local computer group policy. I suspect the templates will be updated shortly. The Enterprise version of 1511 only released yesterday.
We're discussing that already. Should have an announcement soon.