Information dialog for "Check Readiness"
When "Check Readiness" fail because of requirements then the result is a error dialog without any information why it fails.
So yes we can go into logs and tell why it fails but for the users that started for example Windows 10 upgrade the error message is not clear.
It would be good if it can say why it failed.
Not enough disk space. Require drive with XXXXMB
Updated by bobmn for sangeev/OSD
hello together I have realized a manual solution. Check the Continue on error option. And grab the variables with another task. For example _TS_CRDISK equals 0 and so on.
I completely agree. It would be extremely helpful to let the user know if their machine is compliant, even before the sequence runs. Sitting there for for an hour or more, then getting a failure message due to low storage space or another requirement is really not benficial. With more and more people working remotely these days, it would be so much better to have something that alerts them to these issues beforehand.
100% agree with this!
better yet, make this available as something we can easily run as a pre-run package for the task sequence.
this would be better for those of us that do the pre-cache option, as the user has to sit through that whole download process today, before getting the generic message with no useful info.
this would mean the user can actually get a usable error message, right up front, that tells them what they need to address, possibly on their own, in order for the task sequence to run.
SCCM should not treat this as a failure of the task sequence. The task sequence has not failed, it has done exactly what was required, checked the upgrade requirements and stopped the upgrade. Why not have customizable messages to the customer, if it fails on available disk space tell them to free up disk space and click retry etc etc.