After watching the latest webinar on Windows 10 migration and Management Suite 2016.3, it explains the new Self-electing Pxe. If I understand it correctly you don't designate a Pxe Rep anymore but send out a agent that has the Pxe box checked in the client connectivity (I think) and all those computers will be eligible for getting elected a Pxe Rep.
That will not work for me, we have Students testing at different times during the year and also don't know which computers (over 8000) will be utilized. While testing if anything runs on the computer it will kick them out of testing.
So to get around this I would have to push a agent out to all computers except one with the Pxe box unchecked. Check the box to send to the one Pxe Rep I choose. Well that won't fly either, with as many computers we have they are on at varying times from every day to once every 3 or 4 months and if some testing computer gets used that has not gotten the agent with Pxe unchecked box then there will be hell to pay. I have at least 2000 computers that have not gotten the last updated agent since I pushed it out in August.
Therefore I will not be upgrading from 9.5 SP3 to 2016 until something can be done about this. Any thoughts?