A computer may be member of several collections. When we deploy multiple task sequences to different collections, available task sequences list changes when computer is booting from PXE. So, we need to check the list order, after deploying new task sequence. Also, first task sequence is selected automatically and users are inclined to select the first one.
It is now alphabetic order, but we should see the list order without booting PXE and maybe we can change the order or set a task sequence to the top.0 votes
There is currently an option to allow the TS step to retry if the computer unexpectedly reboots. Would it be possible to add an option to retry the app installation if it fails, so that the entire TS doesn't fail? Would be useful when there's a network glitch that interrupts an app/pkg download, or if an app just has a hiccup and would have worked fine the second time around.
Desired options would be number of retries and delay between retries (to give the network glitch time to clear itself up for example).0 votes
Let the TSAgent consume enough RAM in VMs configured with Dynamic Memory for OSD compatibility checks to succeed
Setup: Hyper-V Gen2 VM configured with 1GB startup RAM, Min 512MB, Max 4GB.
I was testing servicing Windows 10 1511 to Windows 10 1607 on my VM and the compatibility check failed because the VM was only consuming 1560MB at the time of the compatibility check. I'd think that it would be able to tell if the VM's maximum RAM value was higher than the minimum RAM requirement for Windows 10.0 votes
When using the Run PowerShell script step in a Task Sequence, the Task Sequence waits for the completion of the script before continuing.
It would be useful to have a "Run Synchronously" option to allow the Task Sequence to continue to the next step without waiting for the script to complete.
At the moment I use the command line CMD /C START Powershell.exe to achieve this goal.0 votes
Instead of making a dozen If/Then/Set dynamic variable statements, allow some form of creating a switch statement to assign variables.
E.g. if I want to assign a variable based on SMSTSModel
case "Latitude 5600"
Set MyVar = "Value"
case "EliteBook G4 840"
Set MyVar = "Value2"
Set MyVar = ""0 votes
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