Weekly Tip 43

Change the Comment on Multiple Packages:

import-module “<path to SCCM cmdlet file>”

$pack_ids = get-content <path to file containing package IDs>

cd <site code>:

ForEach ($pack_id in $pack_ids) {

Set-CMPackage -id $pack_id -Description “<new comment>”

Write-host “comment set on $pack_id” }


  1. Copy this into a PS1 file or into PowerShell ISE
  2. Change line 1 to reflect the location of ConfigMgr cmdlet file
  • File called ConfigurationManager.psd1 located in the ConfigMgr Console installation directory
  1. Change line 3 to reflect the location of a text file containing the package IDs for the packages you want changed
  2. Change line 5 to your ConfigMgr site code
  3. Change line 8 to the comment that you want to insert



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