Markiert: Task Sequence

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Exporting Task Sequences from ConfigMgr to plain xml files

In the last blog post I showed a script that would allow you to import a Task Sequence from an xml file as the ones being created by the Task Sequence monitoring script (see http://maikkoster.com/versioning-monitoring-sccm-task-sequences/ for details). As this covered a need that I basically created myself by publishing a...

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Importing Task Sequences into SCCM/ConfigMgr

The Problem One of my probably mostly used scripts is a VBScript that monitors for any changes on Task Sequences in SCCM and exports a copy for backup purposes when an updated task sequence is saved. Please see http://maikkoster.com/versioning-monitoring-sccm-task-sequences-update-for-sccm-2012/ for further details about the script itself. Even it has been...

Publishing ZTICustomConfiguration.wsf – a script to solve some common tasks in MDT Deployments 0

Publishing ZTICustomConfiguration.wsf – a script to solve some common tasks in MDT Deployments

There are a couple things, that are quite common in most deployments. Very often you need to delete a couple files, copy some folders, remove or update some registry keys, maybe update a XML or INI file etc. What a lot of people typically do is to write some kind...

Versioning / Monitoring SCCM Task Sequences – Update for SCCM 2012 3

Versioning / Monitoring SCCM Task Sequences – Update for SCCM 2012

Back in May this year I released a small tool that monitors and tracks all changes on Task Sequences on your SCCM Server and exports a copy for backup purposes each time a change happens. Today I just published an updated version of this script, that enables the same functionality...

Versioning / Monitoring SCCM Task Sequences 3

Versioning / Monitoring SCCM Task Sequences

Update 29.03.2016: Published new script to import the Task Sequence xml files generate by this script back to SCCM 2012 and above.   One thing I’m really missing in SCCM is some kind of versioning or history especially for those quite complex Task Sequences, sometimes consisting of hundreds of steps,...

Automatically remove computers from a collection and reset the last PXE advertisement flag after a Deployment has finished 0

Automatically remove computers from a collection and reset the last PXE advertisement flag after a Deployment has finished

Two of the administrative tasks you often have to do after a SCCM based Deployment has finished is removing the computer from the OSD Collection it has been added to start the Deployment (you don’t really want to leave a computer in a collection with an active OSD advertisement, do...

Executing Web services – a generic MDT script 3

Executing Web services – a generic MDT script

As a frequent reader of this blog you have probably seen already a couple posts where we had to execute a web service to accomplish a certain task or get a specific value, etc. MDT itself takes away a lot of the hassle you have to deal with normally, if...

Copy steps/group of steps between Task Sequences 0

Copy steps/group of steps between Task Sequences

If I have to make a change to an existing Task Sequence (no matter if MDT or SCCM) I typically create a copy of the existing Task Sequence and apply the changes to this copy for further testing. This way you can easily test and improve it until everything is...