Showing posts from January, 2018

ISOtoUSB - Version

I have updated my ISOtoUSB to version tool you can get the tool from HERE 


ISOtoUSB is a simple PowerShell script that burns a ISO files to a drive. The script formats the drive then makes the drive bootable and writes the ISO file to the drive. Change Log 3-28-18 Fixed a issue that would stop the ISO file from being dismounted if the file path had a space Fixed a issue that caused the progress description to be obscured by the burn button  Added error logging to the GUI progress description 1-31-18 Added NTFS and FAT32 file system support  Recompiled to exe to a better format  Updated the icon file to be in the script  8-2-17 Removed CD/DVD drives from the Available Drives List Add the File System Label to the Available Drives List Added scroll bars to the Available Drives List  Added the ability to name the new volume label  Removed the Cancel button  Removed the window resizing handle  Script now uses Robocopy to write the ISO files to the drive (Better handles the file copy process) reorganized the script to be more inline with

How to add aditional components to a boot Image

For some addons and features you will sometimes need to add additional components to your SCCM boot image, things like PowerShell and HTML support. I will show you how you can do this for your x64 boot images. To do this for x86 images just replace x64 in the file paths with x86. 1. Create a folder where you keep your content called BootImages 2. Create a folder called Custom-x64 or something that will tell you what boot image is held in this folder. 3. Navigate to \\<SiteServer\SMS_<sitecode>\osd\boot\x64\ .  In this location you should see a boot.wim file, this is the built in boot image file. Copy this file to the folder you created in step 2 4. Open your SCCM Management console and navigate to Software Library > Boot Images. Create a folder called Custom 5. Click on the folder you just created then from the top ribbon click add Boot Image  6. Navigate to the Boot.wim file you put in the BootImages\Custom-x64 folder 7. Give the Image a good descriptiv

SCCM Task Sequence GUI - How to set up the TS to work with a GUI

Before I have posted how you can create a TS for windows 10 , add a GUI to your TS and run a script to configure your windows 10 install . However all of this has become out dated and so I wanted to update all of that. This how to will walk you through how to create a TS that will allow you to choose a windows 10 or windows 7 image, name the computer, add the computer description to AD, Choose form a list what applications you want to install, Choose to enable BitLocker and set the PIN as well as create a local account. Prerequisites: MDT integrated to SCCM A boot image with the following components added Windows Powershell(WinPE-DismCmdlest) HTML(WinPE-HTA) Microsoft .NET (WinPE-NetFx) Windows Powershell (WinPE-Powershell) A windows 10 and windows 7 image  1. Download the package I have put together containing the scripts you will need 2. If you have not already done so download and instal

Windows 10 Setup script - V

Updated version of my setup script, The script functions the same way but I have added some new features such as joins a domain, installing a domain controller and I have added some start menu xmls right into the script. Old Post and how to use the script can be found here <# .SYNOPSIS Configures popular settings on a workstation for first time use .DESCRIPTION This script can be used to remove built in windows 10 apps,Export a Custome Start Menu config file,Import a default start menu config file, Disable OneDrive, Disbale Cortana, Disable Hibernate, Join a workstation to a domain, Rename the workstation, Set the page file size, Disable Windows Tips, Disable the Consumer experience and Disable the Xbox Services. .PARAMETER RemoveApps Use this switch enable app removal .PARAMETER AppsToRemove Specifyes the list of apps to be removed, if not used then will use a list of apps built into the script .PARAMETER Preset The preset parameter will run the sc