My apologise too for my english
Very easy to solve
create an automatic tag named XP. applied on this condition : O.S. = Windows XP
then in your client deploy task, just insert the XP tag in the DO NOT HAVE condition
Like that, your client task will target all computers without XP tag and all will be managed automatically
P.S. Create a tag for each O.S. Good Advice
along with tags (Pmaquoi) perhaps the deployment tasks would streamline your install process.
Deployment tasks are client tasks that are used to deploy managed security products to your managed systems from the Master Repository.
You can create and manage individual deployment task objects using the client task catalog, then assign them to run on groups or individual system. Alternatively, you can create Product Deployment projects to deploy products to your systems. Product Deployment projects automate the process of creating and scheduling client task objects individually. They also provide additional automated management functionality.
I will give that a try
I tried this suggestion and it seems to work like intented.
But something is strange:
During the assigning progress, I choose "Win XP" Tag under "And has none of these tags" - nothing else. After finishing the assignment, I clicked on the task, and at the point "potential affected systems", only my XP machines were count.
Is this the normal behavior? Shouldn't it be like I have 800 Windows 7 tagged machines minus 20 Win XP tagged machines = 780 potential affected machines.
Or is there a problem, when machines have multiple tags?