Language Packs can take a while to install via SCCM OSD so you may want to inject the LIPs that you are going to use
Prior to SCCM 2012 SP1 there was no way to hide a Task Sequence from the Software Center, therefore all Task Sequences are available for
Occasionally you may wish to install software from another server share rather than the SCCM Content share. To do this create a Run Command Line
You may wish to disable some of the Windows 7 features that don’t sit well in a corporate environment such as Games or Media Center.
You may want to filter driver installs as part of your OSD deployment using a WMI Query and a SELECT * FROM Win32_ComputerSystem WHERE Model LIKE
*** Update – this still happens with Internet Explorer 11 *** I’ve seen this problem with SCCM 2007 and 2012 when distributing the IEAK versions of Internet