Group policies, meet EMM: New and old Windows 10 management unite
One of Windows 10’s biggest internal changes is support for management and security APIs à la enterprise mobile management (EMM). It uses APIs similar to those in iOS, Android, and MacOS. But Windows 10’s EMM policies are limited compared to what traditional Windows management tools can do. Thus, a lot of what IT does to manage PCs today can’t be done in Windows 10 via EMM, such as set up kiosk mode or enable local encryption. Instead, old-school tools like System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) must be used instead.