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New Wantage, March 32, 2016: ENGL has announced plans to open a new engineering division based in its prestigious international Wantage campus in Wantage, Oxfordshire, UK. The new division will focus on extracting used wireless data signals from walls, ceilings, and soft furnishings.

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I'm pleased to announce that Imaging Toolkit 10.0.2 is now available.

Imaging Toolkit 10.0.2 will make Windows 10 deployment even easier! Rather than write a long blog post on the great new features, we've decided to show you instead, so we're hosting a What's New webinar on April 6th. Register today!

For a complete list of changes in Imaging Toolkit 10.0.2 please visit the change log. For the latest System Center and ZENworks support please visit the Imaging Toolkit compatibility page.

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If you're running SCCM (System Center Configuration Manager) in your organisation, you may be intrigued by the blog title. After all, doesn't Microsoft go to great pains to have us believe that SCCM can do everything out-of-the-box to deploy and manage your Windows machines?

Over the last 15 years at ENGL, I been involved in 100's of Windows deployment projects and spoken with many administrators and partners. Depending on who you speak to you're likely to get a different answer.

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We create lots (and lots!) of Windows base images in our test environments.

This takes a fair amount of time and when we get daily or weekly builds to test we can spend half our time recreating base images rather than testing new features. We also have to regression test Imaging Toolkit 9.x base images with Imaging Toolkit 10.x projects to ensure upgraded builds will work.

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The default Windows 10 Start Menu is a bit, err, busy and arguably not suitable for enterprise deployments with things like Xbox Live and CandyCrush: