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it depends on policy contained within the steps and how much ram is allocated to your task sequence and that depends on what version of sccm you are using.


here's the official statement from Technet however - https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg712685.aspx


General limitations for task sequence variables:

  • Task sequence variable values cannot exceed 4,000 characters.

  • You cannot create or override a read-only task sequence variable. Read-only variables are designated by names that start with an underscore character (_). You can access the value of read-only task sequence variables in your task sequence; however, you cannot change their associated values.

  • Task sequence variable values can be case sensitive depending on the usage of the value. In most cases, task sequence variable values are not case sensitive. However, some values can be case sensitive such as a variable that contains a password.

  • There is no limit to how many task sequence variables can be created. However, the number of variables is limited by the size of the task sequence environment. For Configuration Manager with no service pack and Configuration Manager SP1, the total size of the task sequence environment cannot exceed 10 MB. Starting in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, the client uses available memory more efficiently and total size limit for the task sequence environment was increased to 32 MB.

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