Category Archives: SCCM / OSD

Using TS variables when running a script under a different account.

  http://scug.dk/blogs/deployment/archive/2010/04/21/using-ts-variables-when-running-a-script-under-a-different-account.aspx

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Capture none syspreped image using SCCM (Running imagex from a TS)

I will be posting SCCM related posts on SCUG.DK   LINK http://scug.dk/blogs/deployment/archive/2009/11/23/capture-none-syspreped-image-using-sccm-running-imagex-from-a-ts.aspx    

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Hide product key from TS step

  If you do not want other admin with access to your TS editor to se the product key in the “apply windows settings” step, you can hide it in a variable. In your “Apply Windows Settings” step, replace Product … Continue reading

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Creating and Using Toolkit package..

A nice thing about Integrating MDT into Config. mgr is the functionalities the Toolkit package gives you. The obvious thing being the ability to use all the MDT script without having to create individual packages.. Another thing I really like, … Continue reading

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Setting up the Custom Media Hook (pre TS action)

  If you want to run a script before the actual TS start, well even before the boot CD looks to SCCM for policies to run, you could add a Custom Media Hook. The Media Hook will run a script … Continue reading

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Easy way to install depending on Chassis Type (laptop, Desktop or Server)

  Lets say you have a application you only want to install on laptops, like f.ex. VPN or battery SW. Well now how do you get around this?? I use the MDT variable IsLaptop  as an option on my Task … Continue reading

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Capture from VPC keeps rebooting when deployed.

  I normally like to capture my reference images from a virtual machine as it eliminates a lot of the driver issues you have if you capture an Actual machine. I did sometimes run into problems capturing XP images though. … Continue reading

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