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I recently went through the trouble of configuring the use of Windows 10 Servicing Plans only to discover that they are close to redundant. Servicing Plans (SP) are literally Automatic Deployment Rules (ADR) which has some different options. You could achieve something almost identical using ADRs only. I discovered this because I had started testing my deployments of SPs and all was going well, then I noticed that Feature Updates were also being added to my ADRs for Windows 10. This is where I discovered SPs are ADRs with extra bits. My understanding is that SPs were going to be put in place for ease of upgrade to new versions of Windows 10 and to make it as easy as possible for SCCM admins. This has been a catastrophic failure due to the huge bugs in each release of Windows 10, even once they are classed as "business ready." The most recent one is a problem with certificates. Is anyone using Servicing Plans as they were originally intended, that is completely automating it? Are you finding it is more trouble than it is worth?