Microsoft Desktop Optimisation Pack Now Supports Windows 10

Microsoft has released its newest Desktop Optimisation Pack (MDOP) with support for Windows 10. MDOP contains virtualisation tools to deploy, manage and monitor key Windows features and applications along with system recovery capabilities. Here's what's the latest MDOP.

MDOP 2015, which is available to Microsoft Developer Network (MSDN) subscribers, contains Microsoft Advanced Group Policy Management, Microsoft Application Virtualization for Windows Desktops, Microsoft User Experience Virtualization, Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring, the Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery Toolset, and Microsoft Enterprise Desktop Virtualization.

Here's what's new in the new pack:

For App-V 5.1 (Microsoft Application Virtualization)

  • Support for Windows 10
  • Improved look and feel to the Management Console
  • Improved functionality in the Sequencer
  • Import and export the manifest file
  • Enable or disable Browser Helper Objects
  • Import and export virtual registry keys
  • Import a directory into the virtual file system
  • Support in Package Converter for multiple scripts on a single event trigger

For MBAM 2.5 SP1 (Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring)

  • Support for Windows 10 and System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager SP2
  • Support for Microsoft SQL Server 2014 SP1
  • MBAM Client now supports 13 new languages
  • Ability to escrow OwnerAuth passwords without owning the TPM
  • Ability to automatically unlock the TPM after a lockout
  • Support for FIPS-compliant BitLocker numerical password protectors
  • Functionality that enables BitLocker using MBAM as part of a Windows deployment

UEV 2.1 SP1 (Microsoft User Experience Virtualization)

  • Support for Windows 10
  • Compatibility with Microsoft Azure
  • Support Added for Roaming Network Printers

DaRT 10 (Microsoft Diagnostics and Recovery

  • Support for Windows 10
  • Removal of Windows Defender from DaRT tools
  • AGPM 4.0 SP3
  • Support for Windows 10
  • Improved process for upgrading

Eligible MSDN subscribers can download the new MDOP over at the Microsoft website.

[Via MSDN website]


Comments

    Hopefully this means that RSAT for Windows 10 will release soon too.

    EDIT: I take that back. Looks like it has been released https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=45520

    Last edited 20/08/15 1:04 pm

    @andres, excuse me, can you provide a microsoft link to MSDaRT 10?

      I believe you need a Technet or MSDN subscription to have access to MSDaRT.

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