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Margus Potter

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  • Well.. I dont believe in default timestamps (win update or pdq deploy changes lots of stuff under inactive users folders and files). Second if you just delete useraccount folder, then you need also...

  • Well, its a service and bunch of files. I am using similar commands for many things not installed, so version from file properties with cmd: wmic datafile where name="C:\\Windows\\dwrcs\\DWRCS.exe"...

  • Usually they are like... Install Files: $(Repository)\setupfile.msi Parameters: TRANSFORMS="myfile.mst" Additional Files: $(Repository)\install\myfile.mst

  • I have 2 similar SQL ones to offer, you can play around with them, maybe helps... Show PC-s where users are in Local Admin group: SELECT Computers.Name as "Computer Name", Computers.CurrentUs...

  • Not so complex, and basically a one-time job to create the needed package. Those are very good instructions, deploying o365 years with that. Only thing I change is "configuration.xml" e.g. when I n...

  • Include Entire Directory? or create Custom Command Line step or create New Step > Command msiexec.exe /i "installer.msi" ALLUSERS=1 /qn /norestart TRANSFORMS="file.mst" Files: add your msi and mst...

  • after MDT pc install is ca 1h with schedules, but 25min is my average full pc install if I push all manually.. right click deploy once... (from conf and update bios / drivers, ca 40 programs and pl...

  • ok, then you cannot also run sql report. ... d.PhysicalDiskType as [Disk Type], ... I used to run free version for years... ca 300 pc-s.. but after 1000+ without schedules etc nonono... paid versio...

  • not sure, never tested cause I use for this WSUS.. maybe smth like this to add in xml? <Updates Enabled="TRUE" UpdatePath="path to install files" />

  • All is same as you described, dont need any bat, just create Step as Command and under Options select run as Logged on User. Works like a charm net use * /D /Y gpupdate /force