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Scripts

This page could be quite long, and thanks to GitHub, it will be impossible to keep up. I too have started to publish a lot of my work on GitHub without blogging it or providing details, and so have many others. I hope to try to keep links to GitHub repos that have ConfigMgr | intune | Workstation Management Scripts in them, so this page will grow overtime as I come across them in my wanderings.

GitHub Repos | Blogs

Youtube Channels

So that list can be overwhelming, but if you ever find yourself with a few extra minutes, instead of checking out Facebook, or looking at how your stocks are doing, check out another GitHub repo, click around, and see if you find something you could use, or something that sparks an idea for you to build off to improve your work life.

Highlights

As I looked though these repos, I sampled some things that stood out and recorded my findings on just a few.

ConfigMgr Documentation Script

I checked out a few myself and I wanted to call attention to some, the first one is Paul’s CM Documentation Script, I thought I’d run it and share the results:

I copied the Code from the GitHub into PowerShell ISE on my Primary Server, and clicked Play:
CM Doc Script 01
CM Doc Script 02
CM Doc Script 03

ConfigMgr Documentation Script Summary

There was so much great info, I can’t share it all, just too much… so I highly recommend checking this one out. I’d recommend a yearly self-audit of your CM system, maybe around a slow part of your year, run it, audit it and look for things that could be cleaned up, or things that you just didn’t realize where setup and should probably change.

ConfigMgr Task Sequence | BootImages to Excel

Task Sequence Script

This is basically just like it sounds, you run the scripts, provide a Task Sequence Name and it builds and Excel document.

Requires the CM Console & Excel on the machine you’re running the script.

Running the Script:
TS2E 01

General Tab:
TS2E 02

References Tab:
TS2E 03

Step Tab:
TS2E 04
TS2E 05

Boot Image Script

TS2E 05

ConfigMgr Task Sequence Step to Excel Summary

Feel free to make requests and I’ll see if I can get it updated. Thanks to Gregory Bouchu & Nathan Ziehnert for code to help make it possible

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