This script provides the ability to create packages by using a CSV file. See the example CSV for format.
It will take parameters for number of days, weeks, months, or years that you want to go back in time. It will take that and pull all devices that have not logged into AD since that time and remove them from AD and SCCM. There is also a parameter for search base, which is the OU of AD that you want to look in. It includes all of the same help items as well.
The purpose of this runbook is to alert administrators when an application is requested from the Application Catalog for SCCM. It extends the application request feature of SCCM 2012 to include request alerts.
The purpose of this runbook is to automate tasks using Service Manager incidents.
The purpose of this runbook is to clean-up stale object from SCCM and AD. It uses the LastLogonDate attribute from Active Directory to determine what devices can be deleted.
The purpose of this runbook is to get a Service Manager incident and create a Virtual Machine in Virtual Machine Manager. Orchestrator then closes the incident.
The purpose of this runbook is to deploy an application in SCCM with an Orchestrator runbook.
The purpose of these runbooks are to provide alerts when Endpoint Protection is unable to remediate an issue on a client. This runbook extends the capabilities of SCCM by providing an alert whenever this occurs.
The purpose of this runbook is to take snapshots of Hyper-V virtual machines in a given time interval, assuring the administrator of a reliable backup.
The purpose of these runbooks are to provide a simple way of monitoring servers without the need to install a system such as System Center Operations Manager. The included runbooks monitor whether a device is still communicating, disk space, monitoring and restarting a process, monitoring and restarting a service, and monitoring using WMI.
The purpose of this runbook is to alert administrators when a SSL certificate is about to expire.
The purpose of this runbook is to alert administrators when a required deployment in SCCM 2012 fails. It will grab all failed deployments and email them to a list of users.
This script provides Software Center functionality on operating system installs where having Software Center installed is not recommended. These operating systems include Windows Server Core installations.
This script provides the ability to enable Microsoft Exchange mailboxes from a PowerShell session. It will also tell you accounts that are already enabled or do not exist in your Active Directory.