New Windows HoloGraphic 21H2 for HoloLens 2
- The Microsoft HoloLens 2 MR headset is ready for a major update with exciting new capabilities.
- The upgrade is based on Windows 10 at this time.
- Microsoft has yet to confirm whether the update will roll over to Windows 11.
Microsoft has informed its users that they will be releasing the holographic version 21H2. The mixed reality platform is ready for a major update with a brand new feature for HoloLens 2. Building on the new features, users will be able to use HoloLens 2 in large ships and ships, which was previously impossible.
Not yet ready for Windows 11
As of issue 21H2, Windows HoloGraphic is based on Windows 10. It is still unclear whether Microsoft will move the mixed reality platform to Windows 11.
Mobile platform mode beta – when configured, it allows the use of HoloLens 2 on large vessels with low dynamic movements. This is an innovative new feature that extends the usability of HoloLens 2 in large environments with low dynamic movement.
Support for PFX files for Certificate Manager – this gives customers more control over which certificates they can manually add to their devices. They can add PFX certificates through the settings user interface.
Show advanced diagnostic report in settings on HoloLens – there is now a simplified troubleshooting flow so that the user wearing the device can view the MDM logs on the device. Gone are the days when you had to transfer logs to a nearby PC.
Offline diagnostic notifications – there is a new audiovisual feedback function when collecting offline diagnostics. This informs the person collecting the logs that the button combination they pressed did something. You no longer have to wait for a temporary file to clean itself to know it’s finished. There will be a toast notification to alert you.
Low storage log collection improvements – Improvements have been made to log collection scenarios in low storage period. The device will clean in low storage situations to create space. You can also use MDM or run CSPs to check if your devices are running out of space.
Improved update restart detection and notifications – there are new updated policies to give you better control when restarting your device.
Smart Retry for application updates – IT administrators have been allowed to schedule application update attempts. If an app download fails or the device turns off before the download is complete, the smart retry policy allows you to try again according to your preferences.
Use only private store apps for Microsoft Store – Organizations can now limit the store to show only business apps.
Use the WDAC and LOB applications – IT administrators now have the power to use their own applications and block other applications using WDAC.
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