SQL Code for SCCM Status Message Viewer

December 15, 2015


I found myself juggling many different Status Message views in SCCM to try to keep on top of various messages that would arise in one environment.  So I did what anyone would do, and through liberal code-reuse and copy pasting, I reinvented the wheel.

What I’ve created here is based off of two built-in SCCM reports.  The first, Component Messages for the Last 12 Hours, and Count Errors for the last 12 hours (should be reports 80 and 89).

The output is a three-drill down view as seen here.

1 The first page is a collection of a count of messages separates by Warnings and Errors, and then a listing of each grouped by Component ID.

2 Clicking the link icon takes you to a listing of the warnings and errors for that site. I tried to transpose the actual message into the fields, but ran into a number of road blocks…

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DeployImage Module for PowerShell 5

December 15, 2015

Energized About PowerShell

This is a module I started to put together after the current MVP Summit when I decided I wanted to put together Nano Server.

The current Technet documentation at the time was lacking (it has dramatically improved) but this did not stop my internal need, A different way to deploy using only PowerShell

If you’re curious, you can download the module here on Github or here on the Technet Script Repository. Using PowerShell 5 you can follow the on screen prompts and use the following one liner.

Find-Module DeployImage | Install-Module

What does this module give you?

PowerShell Cmdlets to try and ease dropping a WIM file to a hard drive. It is NOT an MDT replacement. It is just an alternative option for the WIM deployment. The initial intention was just Nano Server but since the process applies to all WIM files you can use it however you…

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