To follow up on the post on deploying a Windows 10 multi-app kiosk using MEMCM, this post shows how we can update the configuration using Run Scripts in Configuration Manager (MEMCM). A little background. In the last post, we deployed a Windows multi-app kiosk using an assigned access and PowerShell script during OS deployment. But
Run Scripts on Configuration Manager is one of the coolest things in a long time. I have a long list of scripts to write/blog here is the first. Update the logged on users GPOs. Then challenge with this is that the script is executed in System Context and we want to be in the users
During my session at Techdays Sweden I demoed the new Run Script feature both in Configuration Manager 1706 and the enhancements made in the Technical preview after and showed how a variable can be used. In the first demo I used the below Powershell script sample that will collect all SCCM Client log files in
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