SSCM Deployment Task to run after user logged in to the windows using one time Autologin

Hi ,

We have a scenario where , we need to run few scripts that has to be done after auto logging in to the windows using a one time auto login admin account.

STEPS Currently applied

1) SCCM Deploys OS and the settings to the os.
2) There are few task sequence created at the last that should reboot the workstation after image and network settings applied.
3) Then it should auto-login to the windows and run few more scripts .
4) We have task sequence steps to auto-login, which works , but after the restart the SCCM doesn't recognize or doesn't wait for the few more task sequence steps that will have to install few more scripts after the user auto-logged in to the windows.
5) SCCM task sequence doesn't work after the workstation rebooted.

REQUIREMENT
1) We need to be able to continue the remained steps in the task sequence after the workstation rebooted.
2) SCCM should wait for the computer to reboot and load in to windows and wait until the user auto-login and then should run few scripts added in individual task sequence.

Is it possible...
AARAVAsked:
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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
It may be possible. What do these scripts do? There may another simpler way.
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AARAVAuthor Commented:
Sorry its classified.
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Mike TLeading EngineerCommented:
Hi,

Yes you can do it. Create a new blank, standard sequence and then copy and paste the last steps you want to run as user into it. Deploy that as a "required" deployment, and make it ASAP.

Note if you have any steps that depend on MDT integration you can still use it. Just add two steps, "Use Deployment Toolkit" and a "Gather" at the very beginning.


Mike

Note: you can't just continue a normal task-sequence post-login because the task-sequence is designed to run outside of Windows itself, not as a user.
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