You probably saw the announcements:
And yes, it’s available on VLSC as well, pre-patched to include the May cumulative update (and that will be updated every month):
As noted in the “what’s new” post, there are some Windows Autopilot enhancements in this release:
Windows Autopilot. Procure devices and have them delivered directly to the end user and provisioned from the cloud. Windows Autopilot has been available since Windows 10, version 1703 (with the 7D update) and with each new version of Windows 10 we add new, requested features. Today we’re adding the ability to:
- Configure user-driven Hybrid Azure AD Join with VPN support. This support has been backported to Windows 10, versions 1909 and 1903.
- Configure language settings in the Windows Autopilot profile so that the out-of-box experience (OOBE) will skip the language, locale, and keyboard pages when the device is connected to ethernet.
The VPN support for Hybrid Azure AD Join requires some support from Intune, which is coming soon. The ability to specify language, locale, and keyboard settings has been available in Intune for a while, but that has no effect until you use Windows 10 2004, so try it out.
Categories: Windows 10