One of the
nightmares projects I’ve been working on recently (with my guru co-worker ZenShaze) deals with integrating SCCM and a product that reverts workstations to a previous state. Like a forced “snapshot” that will remove malware and unwanted programs with a single reboot. The software essentially “anchors” specific files and directories and allows any changes made to those anchored targets to be saved after a reboot – everything else gets locked down and reverted to an earlier state.
Not a big issue when it comes to ConfigMgr running normally – until you run a Task Sequence that calls for a reboot. When this happens, SCCM makes (more…)