This is a quick GUI I wrote for a customer who wanted a custom interface to SCCM 2007 that gave them more granular control. It allows for "Tier I" and "Tier II" technician groups, each with different available actions.
A Tier I technician can:
- Add or Remove a single machine from a collection (currently confined to Collections identified as Site Licensed).
- Add a group of machines to a collection from a text file (currently up to 10 machines, but this can be changed).
- Perform various SCCM tasks on a client (Open directories, browse log files, force a check in with the server, restart services, remote control, etc.)
- Reboot machines
- Add or Remove machines from both "Site Licensed" and "Single Licensed" Collections.
- Perform Hardware Imaging Tasks on machines
General Benefits over using the SCCM Console:
- Able to define different groups with different access, without having to set access rights on every Collection individually.
- Every action is captured in the log file (depth that SCCM lacks natively)
What you need to configure:
- In SCCM, set the appropriate CLASS rights for the groups (ex: for collections I did Modify, Read, Read Resource, & Use Remote Tools).
- Modify the INI file (it defaults to looking for it in Program Files\SCCM Console\bin) to reflect your SCCM Server, your Site Code, Your log file location, and the A.D. Groups you would like to define.
- In the install directory (currently Program Files\SCCM Console\bin), you need to place the following files: rc.exe and rdpencom.dll (the files for SCCM Remote Tools) and Trace32.exe
SCCM Console.au3 43.68K 278 downloads
config.ini.txt 135bytes 230 downloads
Edited by JLogan3o13, 03 October 2012 - 07:25 PM.