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  1. Implement a "Suspend Task Sequence" Step in OSD like the LTISuspend.wsf script in MDT

    During a build and capture task sequence, it can be necessary to suspend the build so that one can run some application installs, make customization's, etc. These customization's can require reboots, which kill the task sequence. Please implement a solution similar to the LTISuspend.wsf script in MDT, where you can run the step and it creates a shortcut on the desktop to resume the task sequence.

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  2. OS Upgreade TS: Add percentage complete next to the install bar.

    OS Upgreade TS: Add percentage complete next to the install bar. It would be easier to keep tabs on the installations.

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  3. Inject files/commands in boot image properties page.

    I do some customisations (remote control, scripts for support, bginfo) to our boot.wim files by copying files while it's mounted and doing an Update distribution points. It would be nice to be able to inject files to certain folders (like Windows\system32) in the property page of the boot image in a separate tab. Also include command to execute these custom scripts in winpeshl.ini just before TsBootShell.exe

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    Marking completed for 1802

    X:\sms\pkg\sms00001 is the path the files/content from the ‘Prestart source directory’ is added too.

    The doc link – docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/osd/get-start..
    has this entry
    When you boot to WinPE from a customized boot image that includes tools that you added, you can open a command prompt from WinPE and type the file name of the tool to run it. The location of these tools are automatically added to the path variable. The command prompt can only be added if the Enable command support (testing only) setting is selected on the Customization tab in the boot image properties.

  4. creating image for windows 10 for sccm

    Would like to capture and deploy image of windows 10 PC to SCCM

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    Updating status to completed.

    Support for Windows 10 was added in our 1511 release back when Windows 10 was released. As well as the same Build, Capture, Deploy we’ve had for all previous Windows versions we added a new In-place Upgrade task sequence template and step

    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/osd/deploy-use/scenarios-to-deploy-enterprise-operating-systems

    Is there a gap in the functionality you’re seeing or something else – let us know, we’d like to address your ask and help you with deploying Windows 10.

  5. Add import code button to new Run PowerShell script task sequence step

    The 1811 Technical Preview added a "enter or paste a PowerShell script" function to the "Run PowerShell script" Task Sequence step. That is an awesome feature, but even more awesome would an import code button that automatically puts the code in for you when you direct it to a .ps1 script.

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  6. failed to run task sequence due to missing content - show package ID not GUID

    When you start a task sequence and it starts off by validating content. If it can't find a given package/application, it used to just say something like "content for package ID ABC000123 could not be found on any distribution points". That was super easy to find in the console and either update distribution points or whatever needed to be done.

    With the 1702 update, it appears package ID has been replaced with ScopeID_(long_nasty_GUID)/Application_(Another_long_nasty_GUID). When this happened to me last week, I couldn't find the ScopeID or Application GUID anywhere in the console, and had no idea which of the 5…

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    No response back, closing for 1802

    The message you’re seeing is for Applications – Applications use CI’s rather than the ABC00001 you see for SWD Packages, Boot Images, Task Sequences etc.

    In the Software Library, Applications – add CI Unique ID to the columns view. Type in the first few characters of the CI and any apps that match that are shown. You don’t need the column – I’m just suggesting that to help illustrate.

    In the Task Sequence view, the References tab shows all referenced content and distribution status. Right-click on any item and you’ll be shown which Distribution Points have that item. Also, the Object ID will show the CI/GUID or Package Id depending on the item type.

    Another option is selecting the Task Sequence and selecting Distribute Content – the wizard will show any referenced content that is not yet distributed.

    Lastly, within the Admin Console…

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