Now Available: Configuration Manager Community Hub

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We are excited to announce that the Configuration Manager Community hub is now available to customers using Configuration Manager current branch version 2002.


The IT Admin community has developed a wealth of knowledge over the years. Rather than reinventing items like Scripts and Reports from scratch, we've built a Configuration Manager Community hub where IT Admins can share with each other. The Community hub fosters creativity by building on the work of others and having other people build on yours. GitHub already has industry-wide processes and tools built for sharing. Now, the Community hub will leverage those tools directly in the Configuration Manager Console as foundational pieces for driving this new community.



For the initial release, the content made available in the Community hub will be uploaded only by Microsoft. In the future, IT Admins will be able to upload content on their own, using their own GitHub account.

Explore the hub

  1. Enable the Community hub under optional releases.
  2. Check prerequisites and permissions. Windows 10 build 17110 or higher is required for the device running the Configuration Manager console.
  3. Start using the hub.

Learn more about the Community hub.


As we enable new cloud-based features we would love to hear your feedback. Send us your Configuration Manager feedback through Send-a-Smile in the Configuration Manager console. Continue to use our UserVoice page to share and vote on ideas about new features in Configuration Manager. 


-The Configuration Manager team


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