SCCM2012 Tools : Site Context Menu Tools

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Share on linkedinShare on gmailShare on googletranslateShare on hotmailShare on facebookShare on twitterShare on stumbleuponShare on printShare on favoritesShare on emailMore Sharing Services0 The third and last right click toolkit'', which I have converted, is the SCCM 2007 site toolkit.       For more details about the site tools check the following post SCCM2007 Site Right Click Tools like it’s colleagues, collection and client tools,   Site Tools can be reached from the ribbon or from the context menu: The tools menu can be reached from the following path...

SCCM2012 Tools : Collection Context Menu Tools

Saturday, August 25, 2012

The next phase in converting my SCCM Right Click Tools to the new SCCM version (System Center Configuration Manager 2012), is adjusting the ConfigMgr Collection Tools . The ConfigMgr 2012 SDK , served me very well, and helped me make some interface changes as well as scripting code adjustments: The tools can be reached from the ribbon and/or from the context menu:                       Selecting a...

SCCM2012 Tools : Client Context Menu Tools

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Recently I was asked to adjust my Client Right Click Tools to the new SCCM version (System Center Configuration Manager 2012), quite a challenge, but I decided to give it a try. I downloaded the new ConfigMgr 2012 SDK , a very good resource I must add, and started to read. I had to make some interface changes as well as scripting code adjustments: The tools can be reached from the ribbon and/or from the context menu:   Selecting a device in a collection invokes the SCCM Tools ribbon   The old report mechanism was removed, and the SQL report server took it's...

SCCM Tools : Site Context Menu Tools

Monday, May 14, 2012

In previous posts I discussed the first two sections of my SCCM right click tools: Collection Tools and Systems Tools. The following post is dedicated to right click site tools.   Site right click tools are divided into Two groups: SCCM Site Logs– Open SCCM Server logs Open SCCM Server Logs  Open SCCM Software Update Logs   Open SCCM Logs Use this tool to open SCCM Server logs. ...

SCCM Tools : Client Context Menu Tools

Friday, March 23, 2012

My SCCM right click tool collection (those I collected and those I wrote) were based on VBS,Batch and HTA, so Shay Levy my friend and a PowerShell Guru suggested that I should write a new set of tools based on PowerShell and Windows Forms. I could not say no to such a challenge so I began working on a new project. My right click toolkit is divided to three sections : Site Tools, Collection Tools and Systems Tools. In this post I will discuss the client (system) tools. ...

Free-Tool : Ping-Them 1.5 (new Version)

Sunday, January 22, 2012

var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; Ping-them ,originally, was designed to validate computer accounts in Active Directory even though it can be used for testing any given IP Addresses. In this version I added IP Resolving, which enables you not just to ping the target IP , but also to resolve its system name (WINS/DNS). The resolved names will appear under "Ping Results". A new IP list TAB was added, containing the IP list of all target computers. Unreachable targets will be marked in red. You can...

SCCM Tools : Collection Context Menu Tools

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; SCCM/SMS has a very nice feature enabling you to extend its context menu. The first extension that I used was 'SMSSEND.VBS' for SMS 2003, it was a very useful toolkit which encouraged me to learn how to add some tools of my own. Since then many more tools were published on the net, a very good tools pack can be downloaded from Rick Houchins Blog. My SCCM tool collection (those I collected and those I wrote) were based on VBS,Batch and HTA, so Shay Levy my friend and...

Free-Tool : Ping-them

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

var addthis_config = {"data_track_clickback":true}; Occasionally I need to ping a group of computers to make sure they are alive, in fact pinging is the first operation for many remote tasks : cleaning Active Directory, running scripts, discovery operations, WMI queries, installing applications and more. I wrote a small tool based on PowerShell and windows forms, which can ping a list of computers and display the results in different columns.   Creating a computer list You can add computer names manually, by writing...