Summary: Use the Configuration Manager cmdlets to create an application. Oh, Scripting Guy! I want to get home at a decent hour today, but I need to bring this massive list of applications into Configuration Manager. I heard the Configuration Manager cmdlets can do this,
Summary: Use the Configuration Manager cmdlets to work with driver packages. Hey, Scripting Guy! My current job involves creating packages in Configuration Manager 2012. Is there some way to automate the process? It’s not that it’s actually difficult, but it is a very repeatable process.
Summary: Use the Configuration Manager cmdlets to update applications in distribution points. Hey, Scripting Guy! I’m forever having the nightmare of going clickity, click, click, click when I’m working with my distribution points—especially when updating applications and packages. There must be some way to do this in Windows PowerShell.
Summary: Use the Configuration Manager cmdlets to work with site collections. Hey, Scripting Guy! I deal with Configuration Manager on a regular basis, and I have to manage User and Device collections. I’d like an easier way to add and remove members and audit the memberships of site collections.
Summary: Load the Configuration Manager cmdlets and make a basic site connection. Hey, Scripting Guy! I’ve been doing a lot of work in the Configuration Manager 2012 R2 console and it’s beautiful. But I find I spend a lot of my time clicking all over the place and repeating tasks.
Summary: Microsoft PFE, Heath Lawson, talks about using Windows PowerShell and WMI to create collection query rules. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Heath Lawson is back with us today for Part 3 in his series. You can catch up by reading Part 1 and Part 2:
Apply Common PowerShell Concepts to Configuration Manager Use PowerShell to Set Configuration Manager Properties
Summary: Microsoft PFE, Heath Lawson, talks about using Windows PowerShell to set advanced properties in Configuration Manager. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Back today is Heath Lawson. You may want to read the first post of this series before you begin this post: Apply Common PowerShell Concepts to Configuration Manager.
Summary: Microsoft PFE, Heath Lawson, talks about applying common Windows PowerShell concepts to Configuration Manager. Microsoft Scripting Guy, Ed Wilson, is here. Today we welcome guest blogger, Heath Lawson. Heath is a System Center premier field engineer based in Kansas City,
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