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Logon Scripts in Powershell – Part4: Trigger ConfigMgr client actions

With the ConfigMgr agent in place on your client’s you probably want to force it to start some client actions on logon to speed up deployment of new applications. This function will work with the ConfigMgr 2007 (on x86) and … Continue reading

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Logon Scripts in Powershell – Part3: Storing and retrieving shares to map to/from AD

To keep you logon scripts static one way of storing information on who sould get what mapped is to use the Active Directory. First of, talk to the AD-guys and “reserve” 3 attributes on groups (or extend the schema and … Continue reading

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Logon Scripts in Powershell – Part2: LDAP-Queries

Next up… running LDAP in pure Powershell. It would of course be nice to use ActiveDirectory cmdlets in the logonscript… but you probably don’t deploy those to all machines. So, running LDAP queries can be done using a ADSI Searcher. … Continue reading

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Logon Scripts in Powershell – Part1: Network Locations

Long time no blog… Since I have written the logonscript we use (of course in Powershell).. why not share some snippets. 🙂 Starting out with the most common ones that “everyone” use. Map shares on file servers… I prefer to … Continue reading

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