Long back,have posted script on how to trigger Machine policy or hardware inventory action on sccm client http://eskonr.com/2011/01/script-to-trigger-sccm-machine-policy-or-hardware-inventory-action-agent-on-sccm-clients/ Here is an updated script which can be run on multiple machines with some changes to the script . You will need to have list of computers into notepad file into the same path where you save…
How to Fix WMI issues automatically

While Ago I have posted a solution on how to fix WMI(Windows Management Instrumentation) issues using simple batch script that stops WMI service and recompile all MOF files etc. http://eskonr.com/2009/03/how-to-troubleshoot-the-systems-which-has-wmi-issues-rebuild-wmi-repository/ While working with new windows 7 migration project, we had lot of computers with wmi issue but how to identify which has wmi and fix…

Recently have a requirement to uninstall all old adobe versions and install the new on.Looking for something which can be done Via but i found the below method is simple that can remove all the older applications and instal the new one(which can be done Via TS by adding two TS actions one with removal…
SCCM Client installation Troubleshooting steps Check list

Seen Lot of questions/help in many forums on the SCCM client issues like client is not reported in SCCM console ,site code unsuccessful, Client is installed but Console shows NO and other problems. Thought of preparing  basic check list that will help configmgr guys to start troubleshooting the issue and fix the problem. Here is the…

Below is the script to change your desktop wallpaper. You just need to modify the script to point to the location where the 'wallpaper is located. You can then include this script in your Domain's Group Policy's login or startup script.   ' ----------------------------Script to change Desktop Wallpaper----------------------------------------- dim wshShell dim sUserName Set wshShell =…

If clients are having trouble downloading and installing updates from your SUS or WSUS server, should check a familiar place—the registry. Go to the problematic client PC and follow these steps: 1.     Select Run on the Start menu. 2.     In the Run dialog box, type regedit, then click OK. 3.     In the registry, navigate to…

There are many tools like SMS /SCCM or scripting to get list of applications installed on computers(you dont use SMS/SCCM only for this kind of information 🙂 ) but what if the clients are not reported back to site server for some other reason and there could lot of applications installed on computers then you will start troubleshooting the…