I am seeing this on SCCM 1809 suddenly did not seem to be an issue until recently and seems to show up on SSD drives
awesome ask. makes sense.
Can you please take another look at this. A decrapifier to remove all the applications that dont belong in most corporate environments even apps like Mail, if we have Outlook or Notes why the heck do I need Mail sitting in every users taskbar. A built in way to do this in a *supported* manner would be useful.
The current driver management as already talked about is slow, cumbersome, not easy to maintain and delete old unneeded drivers, etc. Know what ones are still needed. Please put some improvements to the driver functionality.
This seems like a super obvious omission
Agreed, often when there is software that has prereq's that require restart, uninstalls that must be managed, or complicated installs that requires multiples MSI's its much easier to use a TS this would be nice.
Thanks for the feedback. We have made some improvements to the task sequence monitoring – adding columns for Exit Code and Action Output to the status view.
We’ve more work to do replacing use of Generic E_FAIL with more meaningful error codes.
Updated by bobmn for sangeev/OSD
How about when the issue with with a package you use the friendly name like Adobe Reader DC instead of D05ooooDA2 I don't know the backend name of all my packages.
How about also using the
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