Let’s say you have a workflow that you want to behave differently based on the selection in a checkbox on a form. If it is checked you want to do one thing. If it is not checked you want it to do another thing. To do this you want to use the If/Else Windows Workflow Foundation activity provided out of the box in the SCSM Authoring Tool. It’s not exactly obvious how to do this though so I’ll walk you through it end to end.
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