No domain membership or enterprise management for Windows 8 on ARM
As Microsoft released the Windows 8 Consumer Preview today , it also published a product guide for business users of the operating system . In the guide, it was revealed that the ARM-based version of Windows 8 will lack some of the management features available to the version running on PCs—a limitation that may make the mobile version of the operating system a little less attractive to large enterprises out of the gate. Touting the long battery life of ARM-based devices, the guide tempers expectations: "Although the ARM-based version of Windows does not include the same manageability features that are in 32-bit and 64-bit versions, businesses can use these power-saving devices in unmanaged environments." That means ARM devices won't be able to be added to Active Directory domains and have their user access managed by system administrators, or be remotely managed through Microsoft's System Center environment. The 32- and 64-bit versions of Windows 8 for x86 systems will integrate into ...
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