Viewing ConfigMgr logs via PowerShell

Do you connect to remote machines via PowerShell frequently and view CM Logs... it's ugly... so with the help of my friend Jeff Scripter, I've made it less ugly. TLDR.. Nice Script to create functions on GitHub It will automatically populate a list from the c:\windows\ccm\logs folder, and you can start typing to narrow the ... Read more

Create ConfigMgr Collections based on Non-Compliant CIs - PowerShell

In this post, I'm going to show how you can use PowerShell to create & update query collections for non-compliant CIs.To create the Collection Query, you need two pieces of information, the Unique ID and the what Info you want Returned, (Noncompliant or State = 2) Typical Collection Query for NonCompliant CI: Each CI has ... Read more

Grabbing Info via PowerShell

Simple Post to start collecting things I often forget but use enough that I need to know. Hardware: General: Client Auth Cert Battery Info Language Pack Info Custom Functions [Hosted on GitHub] Get-TaskSequenceInfo Start-TaskSequence Get-CCMDTSJobsActive

SetupComplete.cmd & Related Registry Values

Ever wonder what triggers the SetupComplete.cmd file after Windows Installs / Windows Upgrades? It's actually just a couple of registry values. When you run an upgrade, you can use the postoobe switch to set that value to a different location, which is what ConfigMgr does to use it's own custom SetupComplete.cmd file. Lets now consider ... Read more