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Display Task Sequence with in the folder

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I have multiple task sequences in SCCM, I would like to configure any one of the following
1. When the task sequence displays in WINPE mode, it should display with folder, So that user opens the folder and select the task sequence if this is not possible then
2. whether I can restrict the task sequence for the users,  When user enter the user name and password, then he /she will get only the task sequence which he/she has permission to it
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Mike T earned 500 total points
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Hi,

You can do what you want by using roles. You assign each task-sequence a role and then make the people you want to be able to run that task-sequence members of that role.

Role-based Administration (RBA) is very powerful in CM 12 and you can make it as granular as you need to, and is very similar to Windows RBAC. If you are not already using it, I would strongly recommend you do so anyway.

The other way is to use an HTA within WinPE but from experience it takes a lot of coding effort (a few weeks) and depends on your skill in vbscript.

https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/hhoy/2012/03/06/role-based-administration-in-system-center-2012-configuration-manager/

Mike
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