Windows 10 mobile build 15250 (10.0.15250.0) feature2 is now available for Fast Ring insider members. The new update adds two-factor authentication and AppLocker improvements. In addition, there are bug fixes and improvements.
Recently, Windows Insider team also released Windows 10 Fall Creators Update build Preview Build 16288.
Fixed in Windows 10 mobile build 10.0.15250.0
Two-factor Authentication: The new build introduces a new two-factor authentication unlock mechanism for Windows 10 Mobile. With two factor unlock, an enterprise can enforce an additional security layer to their sensitive data via an MDM policy. Once two factor unlock is enabled, a phone user will have to enter a numeric pin followed by an enterprise-defined factor to unlock the phone. An example of an enterprise-defined factor is a companion device such as an NFC tag which can be used to unlock a phone using our Companion Device Framework sample app and documentation.
AppLocker Improvements: A number of customers have provided feedback on the warning prompts for apps that are blocked by enterprise policies. We’ve improved the UX and updated the MDM SyncML scripts associated with the policies. Application restrictions can be configured by either the ApplicationManagement CSP or AppLocker CSP.
VPN Improvements: In the modern corporate workplace, mobility is mainstream and secure access to corporate data via VPN has become the norm. We are bringing a range of improvements and features that enhance the reliability of VPN on Windows 10 Mobile. The key updates to our VPN capability are:
- 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.
General changes, improvements, and fixes for Mobile
- Fixed a regression that was introduced in build 15245 where the fingerprint reader on the HP Elite X3 did not turn on the screen. You needed to turn on the screen before you could use Windows Hello.
- Fixed some issues where the Maps app navigation would start navigating a route and after performing a reroute, would present a list of possible routes instead of adjusting to the current route.
- Windows 10 mobile build 15250 (10.0.15250.0) feature2 improved map-matching particularly for routes using ferries.
- We fixed an issue where an app using the routing engine (e.g. Maps) would timeout on providing the route if suspended for more than 30 seconds.
- Fixed an issue where tiles on the Start screen would occasionally be blank.
- Fixed an issue where a VPN profile that was created via the VPN Management API would always be a dial-up profile.
- Windows 10 mobile build 15250 (10.0.15250.0) feature2 fixed an issue with the MDM policy used to control Build Flighting by Mobile Enterprise.
- Fixed a couple of navigation issues when changing from highway to highway (occasionally, signposts were copied from the original highway to the destination highway) and highway to non-highway (erroneous instruction to “enter highway”).
- Windows 10 mobile build 15250 (10.0.15250.0) feature2 fixed a rare issue where the user’s call history was shown as corrupt after an upgrade.