Improve Task Sequence selection, hide testing task sequences, user based policy availability
we have 10 Task Sequences accross 10 countries, and 10 test task sequences that show up in the same list. It would be nice to be able to easily hide deployments that are only for testing, and not production. If at the beginning of a T.S. , user domain credentials could be entered, and that would determine T.S. availability. Or they could be greyed out if not to be run by that user.
Thanks for your feedback, updating Status to Noted. See https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/configmgreng/2016/03/11/configmrguv/
As the comment notes – task sequences can be deployed hidden and launched with the Deployment ID or similar.
I know there are ways. but no one uses them because they are not practical, let alone convenient or intuitive. How about a simple check box. show/hide testing deployments? done. The current method for "hidden" task sequences is really ridiculous.
Jay Connor commented
You should limit the test task sequences to test machines. There are ways to hide task sequences and use preboot scripts