Task Sequence Version Control
Please create a function to enable task sequence versioning. This feature would be very helpful for reverting back to a previous task sequence as well as accountability for the last user that modified the task sequence.
We write a lot of WMI queries as well as set various task sequence variables. These settings change over time and it would be a great feature to look back on a previous version to view the changes as well as the last user modification.
We currently make copies of our task sequences for this archival purpose. This process works for us now, but we would definitely benefit if this feature existed.
Thank you for your feedback.
Updating status to planned, see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/configmgr/core/understand/find-help#send-a-suggestion for an explanation of each value.
Our 2006 release is now in the opt-in phase (fast ring)
Support Information: https://aka.ms/cmcssreleaseinfo
This releases adds the Community Hub https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/mem/configmgr/core/servers/manage/community-hub which addresses some of the User Voice asks you have added for task sequence version control, auditing, revision history etc.
The Hub is nascent and we will continue to iterate, improving and adding new features.
As part of this process we would appreciate your comments and feedback on the Hub.
J Metz commented
It is an embarrassment to this product that a proper source control option has not been implemented to date, end of story.
Trevor Erickson commented
Being able to check in, check out, and branch task sequences would be very helpful. Manually copying, exporting, and importing works, but having true versioning would be very helpful to the enterprise.
It would be great to have something like the control mechanism of AGPM to manage Task Sequence management with version control, audit and rollback ability
It would be great if there was a way to integrate it with some GIT repo and be able to compare versions