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Posts tagged as “Scripts”

Jenkins: centralizing the management of scheduled tasks


Jenkins is a free open source software for continuous integration. It is normally used by development equipment to ensure non-regression of source code. In turn, it is possible to use Jenkins as a scheduler to centralize the administration of scheduled Windows and / or Linux tasks. I propose in this article to explain how to use Jenkins to manage scheduled…

MDT: Running a PowerShell Script During a Deployment


In this article, I explain how to run a PowerShell script (ps1 file) during a deployment with MDT. Copy the ps1 1 file to the Scripts folder in the folder. Open the properties of the sequence and add a task of type Run Command Line 1 . Move the spot to the desired location using the arrows then edit the…

GPO: Installing the FusionInventory Agent


Introduction Following the many messages I can see on the forum concerning the installation of the Agent FusionInventory, I will explain how I have been doing for several years. In this article, I’ll explain how to install the FusionInventory agent using a script that runs when the machine starts. It is possible to install the agent with a login script…

GPO: Run a script when the computer starts


Presentation In this article, we will see how to set up a script that runs at startup of the post using Group Policy (GPO). The advantage of using this type of script is that it is executed with the Administrators rights, which makes it possible to launch software installations on the workstation without any elevation of rights. The other interest,…

Printer mapping: GPO and Script


When setting up an Active Directory, one of the things you want to set up automatically is the printer mapping to the different users. Before setting up GPOs, you must have shared your printers. As for mapping network drives, I’ll introduce you to two ways, the first using Group Policy (GPO) and using a vbs script that should run when…

Resolve temporary profile issues on RDS / TSE remote desktops


Context For multiple and often unknown reasons, users are connected to their session on a temporary profile. The user does not find his settings including the Outlook profile. All that is stored in the folder C:\Users\TEMP is not saved when they log off. If you apply a folder redirection GPO (desktop / documents …), the files and folders modified in…

Vbs: Check if a user is part of a group


The function below is used to check if a user is part of an AD group. The function returns True or False. ' ***************************************************** 'This function checks to see if the passed group name contains the current ' user as a member. Returns True or False Function IsMember(groupName) If IsEmpty(groupListD) then Set groupListD = CreateObject("Scripting.Dictionary") groupListD.CompareMode = 1 ADSPath =…

Network Drive Mapping: GPO and Script


Presentation When setting up an Active Directory, one of the first things you want to put and automatic network drive mapping to different users. As a reminder, a network drive is a share presented to a post / user in the form of a letter such as a hard disk / usb key …. Implementing network drive mapping In this…

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