Front ends are about making a task sequence dynamic and flexible without having to pre-define every permutation and also enabling the dynamic behavior to be based upon user input as defined at deployment time. They work by populating task sequence variables. These variables are used by task sequences to perform various configurations, conditionally execute a task, or otherwise provide configuration information. Because there are so many variables and different ways to use front ends, we have compiled a series of blog posts by MVP Jason Sandys to work as a guide when you wish to use them. Within this guide are a variety of other MVP and community tools to help you get the most out of using front ends.
Author: Jason Sandys
Windows Servicing is necessary to shut down the security risks associated with running older Windows versions. The challenge is getting all devices to run on the latest Windows edition without causing end user disruption and performance downtime.
Whether you’re struggling with insufficient resources, application management, remote workers or bandwidth problems, 1E’s latest live webinar, ‘Beat The 2020 Deadline: Get to Windows 10 on Schedule and on Budget’, will demonstrate how to get past these challenges and more.