As I’ve been having a play around with this recently and implementing with some customers I thought it was only right that I put a little time in and share the experience. I decided to go one further than a blog post and record a quick demo of what we can do with the Run Scripts feature at the moment.
So, here we have it hit play and let me know what you think.
References from the video and useful articles
The PowerShell scripts I used were not created by me. Head over to Jörgen Nilssons blog to find the sample code. A big shout out to Jörgen for sharing that.
Official docs from Microsoft on this feature can be found here – https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/apps/deploy-use/create-deploy-scripts
Log files for troubleshooting this feature
- Client side – C:\Windows\CCM\Logs\scripts.log
- Server side – BGBServer.log (dependent on your management point install location)
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