In development for Windows 365 Enterprise
To help in your readiness and planning, this page lists Windows 365 updates and features that are in development but not yet released. In addition to the information on this page:
- If we anticipate that you'll need to take action before a change, we'll publish a complementary post in Office message center.
- When a feature enters production, the feature description will move from this page to What's new.
- This page and the What's new page are updated periodically. Check back for more updates.
- Similar features may be announced at different times for Windows 365 Business.
This page reflects our current expectations about Windows 365 capabilities in an upcoming release. Dates and individual features might change. This page doesn't describe all features in development.
This article was last updated on the date listed under the title above.
Support for symmetric NAT with RDP Shortpath
In a future update, RDP Shortpath in Windows 365 will support establishing an indirect UDP connection using Traversal Using Relays around NAT (TURN) for symmetric NAT. TURN is a popular standard for device-to-device networking for low latency, high-throughput data transmission with Azure Communication Services. For more information about TURN and Azure Communication Services, see Network Traversal Concepts. For more information about RDP Shortpath, see Use RDP Shortpath for public networks with Windows 365.
Group-based license support for Cloud PC resizing
In a future update, both single and bulk resizing will support Cloud PCs that were provisioned with group-based licenses.
End user experience
Windows 365 web client keyboard shortcut redirection
Windows 365 web client users will be able to use keyboard shortcuts (like Alt + Tab) on their Cloud PC. These shortcuts would normally be intercepted by the host operating system and not sent to the Cloud PC.
Windows 365 Government setup tool
A new Windows 365 Government setup tool will replace the current PowerShell scripts that are used to setup tenant mapping and permissions.
Single sign on option per tenant (preview)
Each tenant will be able to decide if you want to turn on Single Sign On. We'll also add a new Azure Network Connection check will be added to make sure that the network is properly configured for single sign on.
Monitor and troubleshoot
End user manual connectivity check
End users will be able to manually run connectivity checks on their Cloud PCs from windows365.microsoft.com.
New health check: UDP TURN (preview)
A new UDP TURN check will be added to the Azure Network Connections health checks. For more information about health checks, see Azure network connections health checks.
For details about recent developments, see What's new in Windows 365.
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