Monthly Archives: March 2016

How To Deploy & Run PowerShell Scripts via SCCM 2012 R2

A customer recently had a requirement to deploy a PowerShell script to configure a setting for App-V 5.0. Normally I’d do this with a Batch file called “Configure.cmd” containing the code displayed below. This works for the majority of tasks: … Continue reading

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RoboCopy a Single File to See Accurate Progress/Time Estimates

RoboCopy is used as a tool to copy folders but it can also be used to copy single files if required. This is handy if you’re copying a large file (such as an ISO or WIM image) and want some … Continue reading

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Creating Custom WinPE 3.1 Boot Image (For Deploying Windows XP from SCCM 2012 R2) Automated via Batch File

Recently a customer wanted the ability to be able to rebuild Windows XP machines (!) via SCCM 2012 R2 by just adding machines into a rebuild collection. This doesn’t work out of the box with the version of WinPE that … Continue reading

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