Monthly Archives: January 2010

Using psexec to test vbs scripts in the Local System context

I’m sure this is  blogged elsewhere but I find it useful to have handy so here goes 🙂 When creating packages in ConfigMgr you should have a test environment (virtual is best, because you can take snapshots and revert snapshots … Continue reading

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Migrating Windows XP to Windows 7 using hardlinking – setting up a Demo

In this post I will explain how I demo migrating Windows XP to Windows 7 using hardlinking (or SMP). I do this on a fairly regular basis for customers to show the capabilities of SCCM. If you want to do … Continue reading

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Selecting Powershell from the Add Roles and Features MDT 2010 integration with SCCM 2007 SP2 causes roles and features to be ignored

If you are deploying Server 2008 R2 with SCCM 2007 SP2 w MDT 2010 integration, and select the Windows Powershell Feature within the Task Sequence Install Roles and Features Step, the task sequence will ignore any roles and features you … Continue reading

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