Update to status, we released CM1902 HFRU this morning.
KB article https://support.microsoft.com/help/4500571
We got the new variable SMSTSRebootDelayNext included in that roll up. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/get-started/2019/technical-preview-1904#bkmk_osd
Thanks, I should've mentioned SMSTSRebootDelay affects the subsequent restarts like Aaron mentioned.
Last week we we're talking about the same and how to solve. There'll be a new variable to set the timeout for subsequent restarts - this should be in the next Technical Preview. We'll update again once that's available.
Refreshing the status…
We released our 1905 Technical Preview today. This release adds Packages for pre-cache and the Driver Package creation wizard is updated too.
RE: I would say that it is still not implemented as if it would be then the status will be different. But that is something for MS guys to answer, Bob?
That's correct, pre-cache is limited to OS Upgrade Packages for now.
Adding the additional properties to Driver Packages is a small part of the work required to pre-cache Driver Packages, there's quite a bit of additional work with Content transfer, ExecMgr etc.
The additional properties were added to help manage deleting packages when there's no corresponding model in the environment.
I've no update for adding pre-cache for other objects.
Option 82 support addressed in our 1903 Technical Preview
Thanks Jasper - I hadn't seen this before, your comment bumped this item in the summary. Now it's moved to OSD.
Updating status to Noted.
We have a couple of similar items for a ‘connected’ stand-alone media. I’ll most likely merge with those, the idea being to remove the restrictions for SMP, Dynamic App etc. from Stand-alone.
See https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/configmgreng/2016/03/11/configmrguv/ for details on what the status values mean.
We've a similar item for standalone media to use steps that require contact with the management point. I've merged the two. Thanks
Updating status to planned.
We shipped our 1905 Technical Preview today.
This preview contains the first release of the task sequence debugger. We’ll continue working on it to address more of the asks in this item.