SCCM Admin Tools

I have created a new tool, SCCM Admin Tools, using the new SAPIEN PowerShell Studio 2012.This tool will become more robust, but for right now all you can do is remotely start / stop / or check status of the SMSEXECUTIVE and WDSServer services on your SCCM sites.

You will be able to save the settings for the site server’s name and site code.  You will want to use your central site if you have one.  Or the top most primary.

Here are some screenshots:

 

You can download the executable from here.  Get in touch with me if you have any other suggestions. Once I get the application to a certain goal I will release the source files.

SCCM Admin Tools v1.3.2.1

Snow Land’s SCCM-Commands

I have had the privilege of getting my hands on the SAPIEN PowerShell Studio 2012.  Using SCCM-Commands on the backend is so easy.  As a SCCM Administrator I have mostly focused right now on making my life easier on the job.  Cutting all the unnecessary process I need to do manually.  So if you are an SCCM Administrator and you love you some PowerShell than check this link out.

http://www.snowland.se/sccm-posh/

This is a great module.

Find AD Stale Computers

Active Directory Stale Computer Report

I have created a nice PowerShell script to find your stale computer objects in Active Directory. With being a SCCM Administrator it is crucial you have a healthy AD environment.

Requirements:

Quest Active Directory CMDLET
http://www.quest.com/powershell/activeroles-server.asp

Usage:

.AD_StaleComputer_Cleanup.ps1 -DC “Domain Controller” -Old “PC Not logged in for X amount days” -Path “Path of the folder you want the report saved too”

Example:

.AD_StaleComputer_Cleanup.ps1 -DC “DCServer01” -Old 90 -Path “C:PathofFolder”

 

AD_StaleComputer_Cleanup.ps1 v1.0.0.1