SCCM Configmgr 2012 Powershell script cleanup duplicate obsolete and outdated computers Via Task Scheduler

This post is continuation to my previous post on how to clean outdated computers from configmgr Database. More info refer , http://eskonr.com/2014/03/sccm-configmgr-2012-delete-duplicate-obsolete-records-etc-using-collections/ Through this post,i will show you to create Powershell script cleanup duplicate obsolete and outdated computers Via Task schedule that deletes the computers from specific collections to maintain configmgr database healthy. In my…
SCCM Configmgr 2012 Powershell script How to delete multiple packages applications Driver packages what else ?

Long Ago,wrote a powershell script to add packages,applications,driver packages,Boot Images etc to selected Distribution Points,more information http://eskonr.com/2014/02/configmgr-2012-updated-powershell-script-add-packages-applications-drivers-to-distribution-point/ As Configmgr admin,we will be doing some maintenance cleanup activities monthly or quarterly for applications,packages,drivers ,collection etc.I will write another post  on ,how to identify the packages which are not used from longer period by Configmgr clients. Removing…

Most awaited and First SCCM Configmgr 2012 R2 Cumulative Update 1 KB2938441 which was expected to be released in Q2 (as per the news from various forums) but Microsoft decided to release it early and here it is for you. There has been many DCR’s(Design Change Request) raised by several of Configmgr guys and my…
Configmgr 2012 PowerShell script add packages applications Drivers to Distribution Point

In my previous blog post,i discussed about how to compare 2 distribution points to see if they both have any applications mismatch or not.This blog post talks about how to distribute the missing applications to the Distribution Point/s. I have used basic inbuilt Configmgr PowerShell commands for this activity,to know more about avilable powershell cmdlets in Configmgr,read…

In my previous blog post,i talked about how to compare 2 distribution points to see if they both have any applications mismatch.This blog post talks about how to distribute the missing apps to the Distribution Point. I have used basic inbuilt Configmgr powershell commands for this activity,more via here Note:Use the package names as input…

In my Previous blog,I posted script On How to Refresh/Redistribute One package on List of Distribution Points http://eskonr.com/2013/09/sccm-configmgr-powershell-script-refresh-package-on-multiple-distribution-points/ This post talks about how to Refresh / Redistribute list of packages to Single distribution Point. import-module F:\sccm\AdminConsole\bin\ConfigurationManager.psd1 #Change the site Code $SiteCode = "P01" #provide the path list of packages to be Refreshed $packages =GC "C:\scripts\pkglist.txt"…

My Previous Blog post talks about How to know Client Cache folder size in your Environment using Custom MOF.What is you are deploying Larger packages or Your Cache size is full with applications and software updates ? By Default,Configuration Manager Client stores the Deployed packages (could be applications,Packages,Software updates etc) in C:\windows\SysWOW64\CCM\Cache (CM07) and C:\Windows\ccmcache(CM12).…