Markiert: VBScript

Step-by-Step: Handling WMI Events permanently using VBScript 0

Step-by-Step: Handling WMI Events permanently using VBScript

This could be called part 4 of WMI magician Kim Oppalfens 3 part series about WMI eventing in SCCM. In his series he first covered the basics of WMI eventing using wbemtest to create the event query and dig a bit through the returning objects. Then he guided us through...

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,...

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...

2010 Scripting Games 0

2010 Scripting Games

OK, even if they have started already it’s not to late to still join this years Scripting Games. If you are like me and not yet that into PowerShell and would like to start digging more into the topic, that’s a good starting point. You have several events all covering...

Moving Computers in Active Directory during MDT Deployments – Step by Step 2

Moving Computers in Active Directory during MDT Deployments – Step by Step

In a former article I explained in quite detail how to move computers in Active Directory using a webservice. As I got a couple requests for an updated and more condensed Step by Step guide I also took the opportunity and rewrote the sample scripts to fit to the new...

Debugging VBScript and JScript in vbs, js, wsf and hta files 1

Debugging VBScript and JScript in vbs, js, wsf and hta files

Many of us have to deal with some kind of scripts. I know the future is Powershell but there are still so many existing scripts flying around and also there are some situations where you simply need to use something „old“ like VBScript. Anyway. I’m not going to talk about...