Microsoft has made Windows 10 build 1511 available in ISO format for enterprises, which can now be accessed through the Volume Licensing Center. This particular update for Windows 10 has already made the rounds on consumer hardware, but volume license customers will also be able to take advantage of the latest additions to the OS.
As well as the various improvements we've covered on the consumer side of things, the Windows 10 November Update also includes Windows Update for Business, Windows Store for Business, Mobile Device Management, Azure Active Directory Join, and a bunch of organization security features.
It's a solid move by the company, which boasted that more than 12 million businesses now run Windows 10.
Source: Windows IT Pro
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