Versioning / Monitoring SCCM Task Sequences

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  1. Thanks for a great script.

    Is it possible to mimic the SCCM folder structure in the export? If I have a structure in SCCM Folder 1, Subfolder 1, Task Sequence 1. And the export would create the same folder structure.

  2. Michael says:

    Hi Maik,
    is it possible to trigger an On-Demand Backup of all Task Sequences?

  1. November 10, 2014

    […] all the time. I had the same requirement for the script I’ve published in my last post about Monitoring SCCM Task Sequences and other event scripts as […]

  2. November 10, 2014

    […] 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. […]

  3. March 29, 2016

    […] in SCCM and exports a copy for backup purposes when an updated task sequence is saved. Please see for further details about the script itself. Even it has been written for SCCM 2007, it still works […]

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