Complete SCCM Windows 10 Deployment Guide

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This blog post is a complete SCCM Windows 10 Deployment Guide. It contains all you need to know for a successful Windows 10 Deployment. The race to update Windows 7 computers from your environment is entering its home stretch. Microsoft will end Windows 7 support on January 14th, 2020. If you still have Windows 7 computers in your company, it’s time to seriously plan your migration. If you’ve been reading our blog for a while, you may have seen a couple of posts regarding Windows 10 migration. We thought that regrouping all posts in a single one would save you time finding all needed SCCM Windows 10 deployments resources to start.

SCCM Windows 10 Deployment Guide

If you are still running SCCM 2012 and have plans to deploy Windows 10, we recommend starting with part 2 of this guide. (Hint: Deploy SCCM Current Branch).

If you’re already running SCCM Current Branch, start by creating a Windows 7 Upgrade Task Sequence. Upgrading Windows 7 to Windows 10 is not a complicated task, but it needs proper planning. You can use Desktop Analytics to help you with the applications and driver’s compatibility.

We will update this post as we add more parts to our SCCM Windows 10 deployments guide on our blog.

SCCM Windows 10 Deployment Guide

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6 Comments on “Complete SCCM Windows 10 Deployment Guide”

  1. Win 10 OS’s deployed using SCCM 1910 don’t join to AD

    I have created a Task Sequence within SCCM v. 1910 to deploy Windows 10 operating systems.

    This task sequence also includes the domain name and Server 2016 domain administrator account to join the operating systems to the Active Directory domain. I have tested that the password I have entered for the domain administrator account is correct by clicking the Test connection button. I then get a message that says “The connection was successfully verified.”

    However, one thing I have noticed is that after I have tested the connection when I go back into the account setting and test the connection again (using the password that has been previously saved, I get a message that says “The user name or password is incorrect.” So it appears that the domain administrator password might not be successfully saved.

    The Windows 10 operating systems successfully install on the client computers using this task sequence.

    The problem is that once the Windows 10 operating systems have installed I am then unable to logon to them using either a domain account or local user account.

    What do I need to do to fix this so that I will be able to logon to these Windows 10 operating systems using either a local or domain user account once they have been loaded using this SCCM version 1910 task sequence?

    I need to ensure that the Windows 10 operating systems deployed using this task sequence will either:

    1. Successfully attach to the Active Directory domain so I can the logon to them with a domain account


    2. Create a local account on the Windows 10 OS so I can then logon with this local logon account and join the computer to the domain

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