And it’s 14th April 2026.
In the meantime it will limp along in Extended Support.
The bulk of these links are from the Microsoft Canberra Premier Field Engineering Team Blog November 2015 post.
Advanced Use, Auditing and Troubleshooting
Powershell and Scripting
The underlying cause it that only AGPM 4.0 SP3 and later clients that support Windows 10. So if you are using an older AGPM client, you need to upgrade in order to safely edit Windows 10 Group Policies.
But to upgrade your AGPM client, you may need to upgrade your AGPM Server; both the AGPM install on the server and the Server Operating System.
The Microsoft advice is ambiguous.
Despite several Microsoft Advanced Group Policy Management pages saying
You can centrally configure optional logging and tracing for Advanced Group Policy Management (AGPM) using Administrative templates.
they don’t tell you where to find the Group Policy AGPM.ADM or AGPM.ADMX files.
After much searching, and time wasted; I can tell you that if you install the AGPM client, you will have a copy of AGPM.ADMX dropped into your local
Configure Logging and Tracing
Ask the Directory Services Team – AGPM Production GPOs (under the hood)
Active Directory Infrastructure Self-Study Training Kit: Stanek & Associates Training Solutions