Coretech Configuration Manager 2012 R2 PowerShell automation module 0.1

During the TechEd Kent showed one of our solution that allows you to save all the Collections to an Excel file or to create Collections based on Excel template. We have received a lot of emails and twitter tweets that when we are going to publish it and good news is that we will publish it now :) . If you haven't seen the Kent TechEd video, then I recommend to watch it before you use this module. This is not the latest version and it is work in progress release. We will continue to improve this PowerShell module. Here [...]

CSV REPORT: Get ConfigMgr Collection Excluded or Included Collection Rules

Currently there should be no builtin report that will show you Excluded or Included collections and because of that I did two simple PowerShell scripts that queries Included or Excluded collections. Both of these scripts creates a CSV file. You can run this script on your Primary, CAS or Central site like this: Get-CMCollectionExcludedCollectionRules.ps1 -SiteCode PS1 -SiteServer Localhost -OutPut c:\Temp\ExcludedCollectionReports.csv Get-CMCollectionIncludedCollectionRules -SiteCode PS1 -SiteServer Localhost -OutPut c:\Temp\IncludedCollectionReports.csv Get-CMCollectionIncludedCollectionRules.ps1 Get-CMCollectionExcludedCollectionRules.ps1 Example Output  

By | 2013-01-31T14:47:18+00:00 January 31st, 2013|Configuration Manager (SCCM), Powershell|1 Comment