Windows 10 Task Sequence

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  1. Great guide, works perfectly on the UEFI part!

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  2. section 7. I think for Windows (Recovery) partition you need 100% of remaining disk space. You type 1%.

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  3. Yep you are right but I recently have changed this a little but have not updated the documentation yet, Change the order do so the recovery partition is first and keep it it at 1% then create your os partition having it use 100% of the remaining drive.

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  4. Hi, I keep gettting this error 0x80070490

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  5. Just as a heads up... If you use MDT instead of SCCM, you literally disable one step in the deployment task sequence and it works like a charm. The "Format Partition Disk (BIOS)" step, which is found under the Preinstall>New Computer Only group just needs to be disabled.

    And if for some reason that doesn't work, this article illustrates how to disable both those steps and create a new one: https://www.dell.com/support/article/hr/en/hrbsdt1/sln301421/microsoft-deployment-tools-2013-update-2-contains-a-bug-in-uefi-deployment-sequence?lang=en

    I'm not trying to sway anyone one way or the other. I've just always been an MDT guy instead of SCCM. I don't know if there is a similar step in the TS within SCCM but thought I'd throw it out there.

    Best of luck either way! Hope these tidbits help!

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