Initiating Deployed Applications and Task Sequences Using PowerShell

Howdy. I’ve been spending the past month or so automating a lot of repeatable tasks, none of which have been groundbreaking. Yet, I don’t want to leave you hanging, so I thought I’d share a quick PowerShell script I created to initiate a deployed Task Sequence on a client machine. It is a nice tool to keep in your utility belt and you can use it to automate any deployed application that may appear as available in Software Center.

The script syntax is:

Execute-TaskSequence.ps1 -TSName <TSNAME>

Obviously, the TSName can be edited to an Application name, but I needed this specifically for a project that needed to automate the initiation of a Task Sequence. Stop yelling at me.

This will initiate a Machine Policy Evaluation and Retrieval a maximum of five times (15 second intervals) before it aborts, just in case you ran the script but forgot to deploy the TS or add the machine to a collection. It will stop requesting policy once the TS is found.

 

 

 

By |2019-01-25T08:33:33+00:00September 24th, 2015|PowerShell, SCCM|0 Comments

About the Author:

Model Technology

Let us help you get your end point and data center strategy on cruise control!  Ask about our Calibration Assessment.

CONTACT US

  • 12125 Woodcrest Executive Drive, Ste. 204 Creve Coeur, MO 63141
  • (314) 254-4138
  • sales@model-technology.com

RECENT TWEETS