A new version of the deployment script (2.4) is now available and checks for two 1803 breaking changes

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First published on TechNet on : Apr, 03 2018

In Windows 10, version 1803, the device name is no longer sent to the diagnostic data management service by default and requires a separate opt-in. The latest version of the deployment script enables this opt-in by default, but you can disable this behavior by setting DeviceNameOptIn = false. Note that the device name is also sent to AppInsights, so to ensure the device name is not sent to either place you would need to also set AppInsightsOptIn = false. Please be sure to enable this opt-in if you wish to continue to see device names in the admin portal for Windows 10, version 1803 devices. You can learn more about the deployment script here .


In addition, there was a slight change to the Connected User Experience and Diagnostic component endpoint URL for Windows 10, version 1803, so please be sure your network configuration allows access to this new end-point. You can learn more about the endpoint URLs here .

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