This session is part twenty-three of an ongoing series focusing on Operating System Deployment in Configuration Manager. We are posting these a little out of the order that Steven originally recorded them. Don’t worry, the remaining sessions starting with fifteen will continue in our Advanced OSD section.
In this tutorial, Steven explains the nested task sequences capabilities which were added first in the Configuration Manager current branch 1710 release. He details how the feature works, what to expect and demonstrates a few scenarios.
The video linked below was prepared by Steven Rachui, a Principal Premier Field Engineer focused on manageability technologies.
This is the last tutorial in the OSD – A Deeper Dive sequence. Join us for the Advanced OSD section next where Steve starts with an overview of advanced concepts.
Posts in OSD – A Deeper Dive
- Part VI – Task Sequence variables – a deeper dive
- Part X – USMT and OSD
- Part XI – MDT Integration
- Part XII – OSD and the ADK
- Part XIII – to be Known or to be Unknown – that is the question
- Part XIV – Pre-staged Media
- Part XXIII – Nested Task Sequences (this post)