In this SQL query, I return the Server Name, Site Code, Description, Domain Name, Volume, Total (GB), Free (GB) and % Free. The query uses 3 main views: vDistributionPointsvSummarizer_SiteSystemv_R_System You can use this in a Daily Dashboard to identify servers experiencing low disk space and remediate them before the Distribution Point space becomes critically low.
Problem While using PXE or USB Boot Media for SCCM, some or all Task Sequences may not show up while trying to build a new Unknown Computer. In our case we have a CAS and two Primary Sites and found that the Task Sequences did show when imaging within the boundaries of one of the … Read more
If you need to capture a Network Trace from a server or client that doesn’t have Netmon or any other network monitoring software installed, you can use netsh to capture the trace (Windows 7/2008 R2 or higher). Once captured you can then copy it to another “tools” machine with such tools as Netmon or Wireshark … Read more
When trying to connect to your ConfigMgr Site using PowerShell, sometimes the connection attempt may fail. I’ve found this to be the case more in automation scripts running in a Task Sequence than ones that run locally on the Site Server, but still, something had to be done. To ensure a successful connection, I came … Read more
The following script can be used to perform a simple PING test to a list of computers using PowerShell. Simply create the script (I call mine PingTest.ps1″) and in the same folder create a Computers.txt with a list of devices you want to ping. All of your core SCCM Site Systems is a good example. … Read more
For large Enterprise environments it is common to have 3 separate Domains and SCCM environments. One for DEV, one for UAT testing and then Production. Sometimes it can be helpful when writing scripts to check which environment we are functioning within and then use values for server names or Site Codes based on the environment. … Read more