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Servicing Plan has the simplicity, you set your option and forget, as for Automatic Deployment Rules does for Software Updates.
We yet did not have any client that doesn’t want any control over Windows 10 upgrade in their organization.
In order to upgrade an existing Windows 10 (1709 and less) to Windows 1803 you have 2 choices.
You can use an upgrade Task Sequence or you can use Servicing Plans.
One important thing in any OSD project is to make sure that every machines deployment are up to date.
Before deploying Windows 10 1803, make sure that your Software Update Point is configured to include Windows 10 patches.
It's at least punching through the firewall /proxy (if you have one or have already ran the code get through ...
and the only way to do that is using a task sequence.
If you need to upgrade older operating system (Windows 7,8.1) refer to the Create SCCM Task Sequence Upgrade Windows 7 to Windows 10 1803 section You will also probably want to create or modify your existing task sequence deployed to new computers to receive the latest Windows 10 1803 version.
We will now import the Windows 10 1803 WIM file for Operating System Deployment.
This WIM wile will be used for new computers, to upgrade an existing Windows 10, you need to import an Operating System Upgrade Packages. We will now import the complete Windows 10 media in Operating System Upgrade Packages.
This package will be used to upgrade an existing Windows 10 or a Windows 7 (or 8.1) device to Windows 10 using an Upgrade Task Sequence.
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This task sequence can also be used on a Windows 7 or 8.1 devices to install Windows 10 1803.