Suppress user logon while using Task Sequences outside of OSD that require a restart
When using task sequences to deploy applications or settings that require a restart, please include a check box on the "Restart Computer" action to suppress the user logon actions (ie. Ctrl + Alt + Del).
Thanks for the suggestion. Updating status to Noted – see https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/configmgreng/2016/03/11/configmrguv/
Working with a customer who likes this idea. They have multiple reboots to solve a CAT-1 vulnerability which is present after a Windows 10 upgrade to 1709. This should be added to the TS properties. While the TS is running, do not allow the end user to login checkbox. This would indicate the task sequence is complete. Currently, users are logging in and the system still requires multiple reboots.
Colin Ford commented
This is very much needed for WaaS with Task Sequences currently to stop users logging into the machine if you need to reboot before Windows setup kicks in e.g. removing some software that requires a reboot.
It would be great if we could get a supported version of the method mentioned in this post to invoke osdsetuphook.exe, just like regular OSD task sequences do
Examples of workarounds to this problem currently