Deploy Nano Server with a SCCM Task Sequence

One of the cool features that came with Server 2016 is Nano Server. This is a completely stripped down version of Server 2016 that has no UI components and is designed for speed, agility, and lower resource consumption. I decided to try and see if I could deploy this with SCCM. In my investigation, I found out Nano server does not support the SCCM client, so we can not push updates or manage it. So, I’m stuck and can’t continue … Continue reading

Azure Automation Week Concludes! Let’s put it all together!

Whew, this week flew by! We learned how to set up Azure Automation, how to run a runbook with the REST API, how to do a more advanced offline domain join, and how to get input from the SCSM portal. Today, we are going to put all that we learned into a task sequence! First off, we just need a task sequence that installs Windows 10 Enterprise. I used the default task sequence but am joining the computer to a … Continue reading