Set ConfigMgr client Inventory Settings with PowerShell

This PowerShell code is designed to create new custom Device client settings and then enable and configure those settings for Software Inventory, as per Chapter 6 in “Learn ConfigMgr in a Month of Lunches“.

A few things to note about this code:

Similar to the PowerShell code used to create and configure Active Directory Group […]

Create a dynamic ConfigMgr Collection with PowerShell

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Create a Boundary Group in ConfigMgr 2012 R2 with PowerShell

This PowerShell code is written for Chapter 3 of “Learn ConfigMgr 2012 in a Month of Lunches“, where the already-created Active Directory site boundary is added to a new Boundary Group.

This code does not create the Boundary as this is done via the Active Directory Forest Discovery Method. Rather, it creates the Boundary Group […]

Use CreateMedia.exe without installing the SCCM console

I’ve been doing some work out a customer recently, and there was a requirement (or at least a “it would be really great if we could do this”-type request) to be able to trigger the creation of SCCM prestaged media on a remote system which did NOT have the SCCM console installed.

Hmmm.

As you […]

Learn SCCM 2012 R2 in a Month of Lunches – Early Access Now Available!

Those of you who have been kind enough to keep one eye on my blog whilst engaging in your busy lives may have noticed that things have been a little quiet on jamesbannanit.com recently. The vTumbleweed (or iDust, if you prefer) has been blowing gently across the pages, so to speak.

Apart from a large […]