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Windows 10 Mobile Build 15250 is now rolling out to Windows Insiders on the Fast Ring. Build 15250 for Windows 10 Mobile comes from the feature2 branch but it has a lot of new features and major improvements. Since Spring, Microsoft is promising that they will add new features to Windows 10 Mobile by summer. However, they had delayed the release of new enterprise features until the end of summer.

Just a few days ago, we criticised Microsoft for not fulfilling the promises and today Microsoft has finally added the enterprise features to the mobile operating system. As Windows 10 Mobile has been popular among the enterprises, it makes sense for the Redmond giant to bring new enterprises features with the Fall Creators Update.

Windows 10 Mobile Build 15250 Full Changelog

Microsoft has added the two-factor authentication that is a new mechanism to unlock Windows 10 Mobile. It adds additional security layer, the user will have to enter the pin and as well as the enterprise-defined factor to unlock the phone.

Microsoft has also improved AppLocker in Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise. It has got an improved UX and Microsoft has updated the MDM SyncML scripts associated with the policies. Microsoft made these changes as the company received feedback from the customers in regard to warning prompts for apps that are blocked by enterprise policies.

Microsoft has enhanced the VPN features, Microsoft is improving and bringing new features that enhance the reliability of VPN on Windows 10 Mobile. Here are the new features VPN is getting with build 15250.

  • Lots of reliability improvements for VPN connectivity in Windows 10 Mobile.
  • IKEv2 Sleep and Power Enhancements.
  • VPN completes all pending actions before sleep and disconnects.
  • Automatic reconnection on resume.
  • Force tunneled improvements for UWP platform.
  • Proxy improvements for UWP VPN profile.
  • Enabling MMS usage when VPN is connected.

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