When a "scheduled update" is applied to an operating system image, it uses the C: drive by default. It stores a copy of the WIM fil in C:\ConfigMgr_OfflineImageServicing. Needless to say, this might not be where you want it. You can change the location by editing the WIM data to reflect the new drive letter.
This shows what updates should have been applied but are still missing, based on a deployment to an update group. Using an Update Group as a filter, show me all the missing updates that SCCM thinks are required. Given: A computer or list of computers Change the computer name(s) in Where clause at the bottom … Continue reading Windows updates deployed through an update group but missing from a system or collection
This compliance setting copies all the .REG files from a network folder into the local registry, effectively creating DSNs. It only makes the DSN if it can verify that the driver is installed.
This shows how a compliance setting can use a service account to copy from the network to a local drive
This will decode an ORA file and send it out in CSV format. Not completed, but it works sending it to the screen #include Global $sFileRead Read_TNS_File("TNSNAMES.ORA") Func Read_TNS_File($ThisFilename) Local $hFileOpen = FileOpen($ThisFilename, $FO_READ) If $hFileOpen = -1 Then MsgBox($MB_SYSTEMMODAL, "", "An error occurred when reading the file.") Return False EndIf Local $sFileRead = FileRead($hFileOpen) $sFileRead … Continue reading Decode an ORA file
When you have a central file that controls workstation behavior (such as Oracle database locations), you want to automatically copy it down to the workstations each day, so you use a scheduled task. You use SCCM to deploy the task.
Find advertisements (packages) where a system reported a status in the last N days. For example, what advertisements were applied last night? Or in the last week? Includes old advertisements that were recently applied, so it helps with cleanup of old packages.