44 votesAnonymous commented
Cannot agree more with this, we have a process to manually import machines so that they are automatically named correctly and added to the correct AD groups. We don't have system discovery enabled and yet computer objects are created through group discovery - leading to duplicate objects and confusion for our support staff who need to image and manage the machines. Very annoying that we can't disable this as it's just system discovery by the back door!
71 votesNoted · AdminMark Silvey - ConfigMgr Product Team (Engineering Manager, ConfigMgr, System Center Configuration Manager) responded
Noted and thanks for the feedback!Anonymous commented
On 1902 here as well and I think the Phased Deployment concept is great and saves me a lot of hassle, but in addition to the OP's ideas, I would very much like the ability to control the user experience fully so that I can hide deployments in Software Center. Currently I have an app I want to deploy to my whole estate but I really don't want the users to see it/be bugged about it. As things stand, I simply can't use Phased Deployments for this, which is a real shame!
Updating status to started.
The first iteration/slice of this is available in the 1905 Tech Preview.
We made some changes in the TS step for App Deployment, that gives you more control over cache. Try this out in #SCCM TP 1906