I can create/deploy/remove CI's and Baseline in PS but remove (CI/Update/Baseline) from a CM Baseline via PS.1 vote
CMDLET required to be able to publish the 3rd party updates - we are looking at automating the update deployment process via a number of powershell scripts however we are unable to locate a method to publish the 3rd party updates via Powershell.
If the required changes could be made to allow this via a CMDlet that would be good for the automation process.1 vote
I can remove an Applications Revision History in PS but not CI's history via PS.1 vote
Would be really nice to have option to choose wheter to distribute content or not while using Save/Remove-CMSoftwareUpdate cmdlets.
When we use this is normally within our clean-up scripts and almost never need immediate content update.
As a result our distribution queues lose threads to unnecessary package processing.
I appreciate the support!
Have a nice one!1 vote
Application Groups are a very welcomed add-on. However, it would be great to be able to create the Groups using Powershell. In our environment we use AG's to build Business Unit Groupings. It would be much easier to build using Powershell cmdlets then having to go and build one at a time through the GUI.1 vote
Can a PS commandlet be updated to show the "Scheduled Update Status" column from the GUI. Currently when applying patches to OS image only the GUI shows the status of the update progress.
Would be very useful to poll for this via PShell so it could be added to automation scripts.1 vote
Import-CMComputerInformation is not allowing me the same access via Powershell as the console itself.1 voteNoted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
We believe we have an understanding about what’s going on here and will look into addressing it in a future release.
PowerShell cmdlet for new detection clause with custom scripts
It would help to have a new-cmdetectionclause to add in a snippet of powershell/vbscript as the detection method.1 voteplanned · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
This is something we plan to address in a future release. Thank you for your feedback.
the Set-CMClientPushInstallation should have an option to set the Allow connection fallback to ntlm1 vote
add option to manage express updates via Set-CMClientSettingSoftwareUpdate (Enable/Disable and Port used)1 vote
Could we please have a common alias for the file path parameters in the various import/export cmdlets?
For example, currently we have:
1. Export-CMBaseline uses -Path to set output path, and
2. Export-CMTaskSequence uses -ExportFilePath.
Then we have:
1. Import-CMBaseline using -FileName to determine location of exported files
2. Import-CMApplication using -FilePath,
3. Import-CMTasksequence using -Path.
A common alias like "Path" or "FilePath" for all these parameters will be very handy in reducing complexity of scripts calling your Cmdlets.1 voteNoted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Thank you for your feedback. Improving the consistency of the Import/Export cmdlet parameters is definitely something on our list for improving.
It would be nice to be able to control the file name generated by Invoke-CMReport when using parameter -OutputFormat.0 votes
Create a powershell to configure the alerts on a specific collection. like adding collection to EP dashboard and configure thresholds0 votes
Would be good to have a PowerShell CmdLet to get information on all collections and deployment for a computer is listed for.0 votes
I would like to be able to confirm the object moved, can we get a 'Get-CMObject' command, or something that reports the Folder location?0 votes
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