Reading ConfigMgr Logs with Powershell

If you’re a ConfigMgr admin we’re all familiar with log reading tools like CMtrace and it’s predecessor SMStrace. I use CMtrace religiously when troubleshooting an application deployment, update deployment or why that damn client won’t refresh its machine policy.  I wouldn’t know what to do with myself with notepad and the dozens of log files a single SCCM client can generate. […]

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Check Multiple Registry Values With The Use of Powershell

Here’s a pretty cool script I created recently to check for the existence of and to ensure multiple registry values are as expected. In this instance, I was setting up a System Center Configuration Manager compliance baseline to check to ensure a GPO was setting a screensaver correctly. This script first finds the SIDs of all users that are currently […]

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