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    Selecting Apps to install for task sequences?

    Is there a way to create multiple task sequences that will skip the program selection page and just install certain applications that i choose.

    Basically i want the user to see:
    Select Task:
    Rollins Imaging -> This would prompt and allow user to select what ever they want
    Crummer Imaging -> Has a set group of applications which get install and skips asking the user what to select
    Loaner Imaging -> Set group of applications same as Crummer....

    is this possible?

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    yes if say pc1 everytime its rebuilt need to be called pc1 and have apps 1/2/4/5/6 installed you can do it by setting up the database in mdt. Ive just started looking at this and so far ive managed to get it to name a pc depending on mac id and pre populate the app list

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    hmm... im not sure that will work for me. We hand out a bunch of lenovo laptops, but each group has the same models. T400s can be either fac staff machines, crummer machines or loaners. I was wondering if i could make it easier for the Techs by creating task sequences which contains all the programs they would need instead of letting them chose.

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    You can do it by pc type but if you use mac address that PC will get x every rebuild so can be very granular

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