Voilà, it is time to share the next set of cmdlets.

Today’s functions are the following ones :


task sequence powershell cmdlets


Again, the base commands are still the same as the ones in the version 1.0 (Get-SccmCommands, Get-SccmObject, Connect-SCCMServer). The new cmdlets are the ‘only’ the task sequence cmdlets that were never present in the first version of the module.

[important] These Functions are part of a bigger module : “Sccm-Commands“. This module has been developed through the years by the community and is provided as is. To get the full version (revised) version you will need to be a bit more patient for now ;). The complete “updated version” will be posted online soon .[/important]


By | 2016-10-19T21:00:17+00:00 June 13th, 2014|PowerShell|0 Comments

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