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    Ya... I've set the new "Configuration Manager can force a device to restart" to "No" but now the computer don't reboot automatically when no one is logged in. Initiating a reboot while no one is logged in should not be considered "forced."

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    21 comments  ·  Ideas » Operating system deployment  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Updating this item as there’s support for Windows 10 In-place upgrade using the Cloud Management Gateway – see https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/plan-design/changes/whats-new-in-version-1802
    Adding this in case some folks missed it or Win 10 In-place upgrade addresses their requirement.

    I recognize this it not full OS Deployment as there’s no WinPE phase (WinPE has no wireless stack)

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    Thanks for the reminder about the Cloud Management Gateway Bob. That doesn't help my organization automate logging into our corporate WiFi during OSD though. And downloading that much content from a CMG is fairly cost prohibitive anyway. No WiFi support for OSD just means more ChromeBooks.

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    Our organization is in need of WiFi support for WPA2-Enterprise with user-based authentication during WinPE and local OS stages in TS. We do full OSD refreshes annually/semi-annually and our technicians currently roll hundreds of laptops in carts to an imaging center to be re-provisioned over wired connections using a handful of available USB NICs. I've tested methods of using WinRE.wim with WiFi drivers and NetSH wlan commands to get around this scenario but I cannot find a way to support the user-based authentication methods in a wlan scenario. We've started to transition to Chromebooks with G-Suite to get away from this overhead but we still have a substantial number of Windows mobile devices that are a significant burden. Adding this feature would be very useful.

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    Noted  ·  sangeev responded

    Updated to Noted. We’ve been discussing the same in our planning meetings.

    Thanks,
    BobMN on behalf of SangeeV for SCCM OS Deployment

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