Sample files and links from The Ultimate Event II roadshow

Here are samples files and links I demonstrated during The Ultimate Event II roadshow that took place during September 22 – 26, 2014.

Scripts from Mikael's demos are found here: http://deploymentbunny.com/2014/09/25/sample-files-and-links-from-the-ultimate-event-ii-roadshow/

Session 01

Client health and troubleshooting

How to get SMART data from Windows 8.1 machines using PowerShell

# Show Disk Health
Get-Disk 0 | Get-StorageReliabilityCounter

The xperf and xbootmgr commands used in the Windows Performance Toolkit demo.

xperf -profiles
Xperf –start perf!GeneralProfiles.InBuffer 
xperf –stop perf!GeneralProfiles.InBuffer C:\Demo\trace.etl 
Xperf trace.etl 
xbootmgr -trace boot

PowerShell commands to read reliability history information was gathered from the following post:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/dd535685.aspx (by Jason Leznek)

Session 03

The script that exported task sequences was gathered from the following post:

http://trevorsullivan.net/2010/05/13/exporting-configmgr-task-sequences (by Trevor Sullivan)

The script that imported task sequences was gathered from the following post:

http://www.david-obrien.net/2012/09/29/how-to-backup-restore-your-tasksequenceconfiguration-manager-2012-and-powershell (by David O’Brien)

The New-TaskSequence.ps1 script that created native task sequence in ConfigMgr 2012 was gathered (and then modified a bit) from the following post:

http://www.jamesbannanit.com/2014/09/create-an-os-deployment-task-sequence-in-configuration-manager-2012-with-powershell (by James Bannan)

Here is the modified script:

Import-Module (Join-Path $(Split-Path $env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH) ConfigurationManager.psd1)
cd PS1:
 
# Define Configuration Manager variables
  
$CMSiteCode = 'PS1'
$CMSiteServer = 'CM01.corp.viamonstra.com'
$CMNameSpace = "root\SMS\site_$CMSiteCode"
 
$Password = '[email protected]'
$DomainPassword = ConvertTo-SecureString -AsPlainText $Password -Force
$LocalAdminPassword = ConvertTo-SecureString -AsPlainText $Password -Force
 
  
# 1.0 Get Deployment Objects
  
$BootImageID = (Get-CMBootImage -Name 'Zero Touch WinPE 5.0 x64').PackageID
$OSImageID = (Get-CMOperatingSystemImage -Name 'Windows 8.1 Enterprise x64').PackageID
$ClientPackageID = (Get-CMPackage -Name 'ConfigMgr Client with Hotfixes').PackageID
   
# 1.1 Create Task Sequence
  
New-CMTaskSequence -InstallOperatingSystemImageOption `
  -TaskSequenceName 'Deploy Windows 8.1 x64 Enterprise' `
  -BootImagePackageId $BootImageID `
  -OperatingSystemImagePackageId $OSImageID `
  -OperatingSystemImageIndex '1' `
  -ClientPackagePackageId $ClientPackageID `
  -JoinDomain DomainType `
  -DomainName 'corp.viamonstra.com' `
  -DomainAccount 'VIAMONSTRA\CM_JD' `
  -DomainPassword $DomainPassword `
  -DomainOrganizationUnit 'LDAP://OU=Workstations,DC=corp,DC=viamonstra,DC=com' `
  -PartitionAndFormatTarget $true `
  -LocalAdminPassword $LocalAdminPassword
 
New-CMTaskSequence -InstallOperatingSystemImageOption -BootImagePackageId "PS100007" -TaskSequenceName "InstallOStask01" -OperatingSystemImagePackageId "PS100006" -OperatingSystemImageIndex "1" -JoinDomain WorkgroupType  -WorkgroupName "ViaMonstra" -UserStateMigrationToolPackageID "PS100001"

The New-MDTProductionDS.ps1 script to build a deployment share in MDT 2013.

<#
Script name: 
Created:     2013-12-16
Version:     1.2
Author       Mikael Nystrom and Johan Arwidmark       
Homepage:    http://www.deploymentfundamentals.com
 
Disclaimer:
This script is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, confers no rights and 
is not supported by the authors or DeploymentArtist.
 
Author - Mikael Nystrom
    Twitter: @mikael_nystrom
    Blog   : http://deploymentbunny.com
 
Author - Johan Arwidmark
    Twitter: @jarwidmark
    Blog   : https://deploymentresearch.com
#>
 
# Check for elevation
If (-NOT ([Security.Principal.WindowsPrincipal] [Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity]::GetCurrent()).IsInRole(`
    [Security.Principal.WindowsBuiltInRole] "Administrator"))
{
    Write-Warning "Oupps, you need to run this script from an elevated PowerShell prompt!`nPlease start the PowerShell prompt as an Administrator and re-run the script."
    Write-Warning "Aborting script..."
    Break
}
 
#Set Variables
$ComputerName = $Env:COMPUTERNAME
$RootDrive = "C:"
 
# Validation, verify that we have all files, and that the deployment share doesnt exist already
if (!(Test-Path -Path "$RootDrive\Setup\MDTProduction")) {Write-Warning "Could not find MDT Production sample files, aborting...";Break}
if (!(Test-Path -Path "$RootDrive\Setup\Downloads\Application Import\Install - HP Service Pack - x86-x64")) {Write-Warning "Could not find HP Service Pack, aborting...";Break}
if (!(Test-Path -Path "$RootDrive\Setup\Drivers\Windows Server 2012 R2\Proliant ML350p Gen8")) {Write-Warning "Could not find Windows Server 2012 R2 drivers, aborting...";Break} 
if (!(Test-Path -Path "$RootDrive\Setup\Drivers\WinPE x64")) {Write-Warning "Could not find WinPE drivers, aborting...";Break}
if (!(Test-Path -Path "$RootDrive\MDTBuildLab\Captures\REFWS2012R2-001.wim")) {Write-Warning "Could not find REFWS2012R2-001.wim, aborting...";Break}
if (!(Test-Path -Path "$RootDrive\MDTBuildLab\Operating Systems\WS2012R2\setup.exe")) {Write-Warning "Could not find Windows Server 2012 R2 setup files, aborting...";Break}
 
# Validation, verify that the deployment share doesnt exist already
$MDTProductionShareExist = Get-SmbShare | Where-Object -Property Name -Like -Value 'MDTProduction$'
If ($MDTProductionShareExist.Name -eq 'MDTProduction$'){Write-Warning "MDTProduction$ share already exist, aborting...";Break}
if (Test-Path -Path "$RootDrive\MDTProduction") {Write-Warning "$RootDrive\MDTProduction already exist, aborting...";Break}
 
# Validation, verify that the PSDrive doesnt exist already
if (Test-Path -Path "DS002:") {Write-Warning "DS002: PSDrive already exist, aborting...";Break}
 
# Create the MDT Production Deployment Share root folder
New-Item -Path $RootDrive\MDTProduction -ItemType directory
 
# Create the MDT Production Deployment Share
Import-Module "$RootDrive\Program Files\Microsoft Deployment Toolkit\bin\MicrosoftDeploymentToolkit.psd1"
new-PSDrive -Name "DS002" -PSProvider "MDTProvider" -Root "$RootDrive\MDTProduction" -Description "MDT Production" -NetworkPath "\\$ComputerName\MDTProduction$" | add-MDTPersistentDrive
 
New-SmbShare –Name MDTProduction$ –Path "$RootDrive\MDTProduction" –ChangeAccess EVERYONE
 
#Create Logical Folder Structure
New-Item -Path "DS002:\Operating Systems" -enable "True" -Name "Windows Server 2012 R2" -Comments "" -ItemType "folder"
New-Item -Path "DS002:\Task Sequences" -enable "True" -Name "Windows Server 2012 R2" -Comments "" -ItemType "folder"
New-Item -Path "DS002:\Applications" -enable "True" -Name "HP" -Comments "" -ItemType "folder"
New-Item -Path "DS002:\Out-of-Box Drivers" -enable "True" -Name "WinPE x64" -Comments "" -ItemType "folder"
New-Item -Path "DS002:\Out-of-Box Drivers" -enable "True" -Name "Windows Server 2012 R2" -Comments "" -ItemType "folder"
New-Item -Path "DS002:\Out-of-Box Drivers\Windows Server 2012 R2" -enable "True" -Name "Proliant ML350p Gen8" -Comments "" -ItemType "folder"
 
#Update ControlFiles
Copy-Item "$RootDrive\Setup\MDTProduction\Control\Bootstrap.ini" "$RootDrive\MDTProduction\Control" -Force
Copy-Item "$RootDrive\Setup\MDTProduction\Control\CustomSettings.ini" "$RootDrive\MDTProduction\Control" -Force
 
#Import Applications
Import-MDTApplication -Path "DS002:\Applications\HP" -enable "True" -Name "Install - HP Service Pack - x86-x64" -ShortName "Install - HP Service Pack - x86-x64" -Version "" -Publisher "" -Language "" -CommandLine "cscript.exe Install-HPServicePackx86x64.wsf" -WorkingDirectory ".\Applications\Install - HP Service Pack - x86-x64" -ApplicationSourcePath "$RootDrive\Setup\Downloads\Application Import\Install - HP Service Pack - x86-x64" -DestinationFolder "Install - HP Service Pack - x86-x64"
 
#Import Drivers for OS
Import-MDTDriver -Path "DS002:\Out-of-Box Drivers\Windows Server 2012 R2\Proliant ML350p Gen8" -SourcePath "$RootDrive\Setup\Drivers\Windows Server 2012 R2\Proliant ML350p Gen8"
 
#Import Drivers for WinPE
Import-MDTDriver -Path "DS002:\Out-of-Box Drivers\WinPE x64" -SourcePath "$RootDrive\Setup\Drivers\WinPE x64"
 
#Import Custom Image
Import-MDTOperatingSystem -Path "DS002:\Operating Systems\Windows Server 2012 R2" -SourceFile "$RootDrive\MDTBuildLab\Captures\REFWS2012R2-001.wim" -DestinationFolder "WS2012R2" -SetupPath "$RootDrive\MDTBuildLab\Operating Systems\WS2012R2"
 
$ImageName = Get-ChildItem -Path 'DS002:\Operating Systems\Windows Server 2012 R2' | Where-Object -Property ImageFile -Like -Value '*REFWS2012R2-001.wim'
$ImageLabel = $ImageName.Name 
 
Rename-Item -Path "DS002:\Operating Systems\Windows Server 2012 R2\$ImageLabel" -NewName 'Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard'
 
#Create WinPE Selection Profile
New-Item -Path "DS002:\Selection Profiles" -enable "True" -Name "WinPE x64" -Comments "" -Definition "<SelectionProfile><Include path=`"Out-of-Box Drivers\WinPE x64`" /></SelectionProfile>" -ReadOnly "False"
 
#Create TaskSequence
Import-MDTTaskSequence -Path "DS002:\Task Sequences\Windows Server 2012 R2" -Name "Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard" -Template "Server.xml" -Comments "Production deployment" -ID "WS2012R2-001" -Version "1.0" -OperatingSystemPath "DS002:\Operating Systems\Windows Server 2012 R2\Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard" -FullName "ViaMonstra" -OrgName "ViaMonstra" -HomePage "about:blank"
 
#Configure DeploymentShare
Set-ItemProperty -Path DS002: -Name SupportX86 -Value 'False'
Set-ItemProperty -Path DS002: -Name Boot.x64.ScratchSpace -Value '512'
Set-ItemProperty -Path DS002: -Name Boot.x64.IncludeAllDrivers -Value 'True'
Set-ItemProperty -Path DS002: -Name Boot.x64.SelectionProfile -Value 'WinPE x64'
Set-ItemProperty -Path DS002: -Name Boot.x64.LiteTouchWIMDescription -Value 'MDT Production x64'
Set-ItemProperty -Path DS002: -Name Boot.x64.LiteTouchISOName -Value 'MDT Production x64.iso'
 
#Update DeploymentShare
Update-MDTDeploymentShare -Path "DS002:"

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