Tag Archives: ConfigMgr

Update ConfigMgr packages with Hotfix-information

When you install a hotfix and/or a cumulative update in ConfigMgr you can select the option to let the installer create some packages. But, those packages are missing some info… For instance Manufacturer and Version. A quick and dirty SQL … Continue reading

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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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Update ConfigMgr Site Description

I did an install of a secondary site and accidently put in the wrong description… Anyway, easy to fix with some SQL commands. If you use this you can see the current sitenames and descriptions (change CM_XYZ to your database … Continue reading

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Set ConfigMgr 2012 Working Hours with Powershell

The “working hours” defined in ConfigMgr 2012 Software Center on the client is a bit off for our environment… Did a bit of digging and found some examples in VBScript, but I like Powershell… 🙂 And this is how you … Continue reading

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Keep a list of user/computer groups in registry

In the migration to ConfigMgr 2012 we are aiming at just keeping one collection for software distribution and instead rely on global conditions. We do want to keep the option to add a user to a group and with that … Continue reading

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Get ConfigMgr Collection rules

I’m in the process of installing Forefront Endpoint Protection and wanted to look at some of the collection queries that was created… but with the ConfigMgr console you cant view them… So Powershell it is. Did a function that you … Continue reading

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