53 votesstarted · AdminMark Silvey - ConfigMgr Product Team (Engineering Manager, ConfigMgr, System Center Configuration Manager) responded
This is available in the 1905 Technical preview. We’d love it if you installed it and gave us your feedback!
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12 votesstarted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, System Center Configuration Manager) responded
1806 will have New-CMScript, Invoke-CMScript, Approve-CMScript, Deny-CMScript, and Remove-CMScript. These cmdlets are not complete but we plan to flesh them out more for future releases.
Amazing! Is that part of TAP version already?
No votes left - but I'd vote for that as well!
this info is available in the status messages :), just filter by the object id.
Please provide superflows including information which tables/views are used similar to what you provided for SCCM 2007
All ‘updated’ reports are stored to the default folder structure. If the folder structure has been modified, the update recreates the folder structure and puts the reports within their default folder. That way we need to clean up the duplicates after an update -> The update should check where the report is located and should store (overwrite) the updated reports in the folder they actually sit which is btw very easy since the info is in the database anyway.