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Tuesday, May 16 • 10:00am - 11:45am
OSD Front-Ends (Option 1) LIMITED

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Session Description:
OSD Frontends provide interaction at OS deployment time soliciting input from users, providing feedback to users, or performing other activities that built-in tasks cannot handle (or at least cannot handle well). User input include whatever is needed for the OS deployment to successfully complete and that cannot be automatically determined. Examples include things like time zone, computer name, Active Directory OU, and software. Frontends can also provide pre-flight checks, provide feedback to the interactive user, and basically anything that is needed. This session will cover all the aspects of getting started and using an OSD frontend in your OS deployment efforts and task sequences.

What you will learn:
  • Don?t use a CAS
  • HTAs suck
  • How to make your task sequences interactive
  • How to use a front-end to validate that a system is ready to be "imaged"
  • How to customize a front-end
  • Whether you should build a front-end or use one from the community

Speakers
avatar for Henrik Rading

Henrik Rading

Senior Consultant, Coretech
Henrik Rading is a senior consultant at Coretech A/S. | As a consultant Henrik has helped customers design, develop and implement enterprise management solutions for the last 18 years. | After joining Coretech in 2013, his primary role has been deployment of Windows Operating... Read More →
avatar for Jason Sandys

Jason Sandys

Senior Global Architect, Coretech
Jason Sandys, Enterprise Mobility MVP, has 20+ years of experience in a wide range of technologies, environments, and industries and extensive knowledge in implementing and supporting all things SMS and Configuration Manager beginning with SMS 2.0. He is a co-author for System Ce... Read More →


Tuesday May 16, 2017 10:00am - 11:45am
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