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Currently working on a Windows 10 project , I want to get your input on how you distribute your image to the different departments: same image for all users , based on application security groups, or different task sequences for each department.
Please share how you proceed and what do you recommend.

 

 

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It is much simpler and easier to troubleshoot when you have one or two task sequences. I tattoo the registry during the TS and include the TS name and version. Anytime I make a major change to the TS, the version # also gets updated. That way if an issue is discovered I can quickly gather all machines that were imaged with that version. With rolling out Win 10, we publish a schedule and communicate with departments ahead of time then deploy the TS with a Powershell Frontend that allows the users to install now, defer, schedule, etc. We get much better feedback when the end users feel that they have some control over the deployment process and as such have really started leaning on Software Center or Powershell Frontends.

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