All,

Even if the SP1 of SCCM is close, i still wanted to publish (one day) the module i have been working for some time now on my free time.

This module englobes some functions in order to be able to control sccm 2012 through powershell (since there is an abscance of native cmandlets..)

The module contains the following commands (and i am still working on some more):

Add-Sccm2012QueryToCollection 
Connect-Sccm2012 
Get-Sccm2012Application 
Get-Sccm2012Collection 
Get-Sccm2012CollectionRule 
Get-Sccm2012Commands 
Get-Sccm2012DeviceCollection 
Get-Sccm2012DeviceFolder 
Get-Sccm2012Object 
Get-Sccm2012Package 
Get-Sccm2012UserCollection 
Get-Sccm2012UserFolder 
New-Sccm2012DeviceCollection 
New-Sccm2012Query 
New-Sccm2012UserCollection

 

do not hesitate to post comments, or even the scripts you wrote with this module.

Have fun !!

 

By | 2012-09-29T11:50:49+00:00 September 29th, 2012|module, PowerShell, Sticky|0 Comments

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