Configuration Manager – IIS Log Maintenance

The majority of SCCM administrators will have included a list of maintenance tasks for ensuring optimum performance of their environment. One area that often gets overlooked however is the maintenance of IIS logs. The logs are obviously useful for troubleshooting purposes, however do you really need to know what was happening say over 30 days ago. The truth is if there was an issue you probably would have spotted it very early on and dealt with it.

So how do you deal with log files within your IIS directory filling up your disks?. The answer can be to setup a configuration item and let SCCM take care of its own compliance.

Creating Your SCCM Server Device Collection

To start with you will need to create a Device Collection to deploy the Configuration Item and subsequent Baseline to. This can be achieved by creating a device collection using the following query;

select SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceID,SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceType,SMS_R_SYSTEM.Name,SMS_R_SYSTEM.SMSUniqueIdentifier,SMS_R_SYSTEM.ResourceDomainORWorkgroup,SMS_R_SYSTEM.Client from SMS_R_System where SMS_R_System.ResourceNames in (Select ServerName FROM SMS_DistributionPointInfo)

Creating Your SCCM IIS Prune Logs Configuration Item

Once you have the device collection created and populated you can go on to create the Configuration Item to be used. To speed up this process I have exported the CI CAB for you to download, below are some screen shots of the manual creation process;

Download – Prune IIS Logs

  1. Create Configuration Item

  2. Select Supported Platforms

    In this section we will pick which operating systems are applicable for SCCM distribution points

  3. Settings

    Here we will create a new setting entry that will contain both the discovery and remediation scripts required

    Discovery Script

    # Specify the maximum log age file to maintain
    $MaxDays = 7
    
    function DiscoverIISLogs ($MaxDays)
    {
    	try
    	{
    		# Import IIS WebAdmin Module
    		Import-Module WebAdministration
    		
    		# Return list of IIS webistes
    		$IISSites = Get-Website
    		# Loop for each IIS site
    		foreach ($Site in $IISSites)
    		{
    			# Return path for IIS logs
    			$IISLogs = $Site.LogFile.Directory
    			# Condition to replace DOS %SystemDrive% variable with Powershell variable
    			If ($IISLogs -like "*%SystemDrive%*")
    			{
    				$IISLogs = $IISLogs -replace "%SystemDrive%", "$env:SystemDrive"
    			}
    			# Count IIS Log files to prune
    			$LogCount = $LogCount + (Get-ChildItem -Path $IISLogs -Recurse -Filter "*.log" | Where-Object { $(Get-Date).Subtract($_.LastWriteTime).Days -gt $MaxDays}).count
    		}
    		Return $LogCount
    	}
    	catch { return -1 }
    }
    
    DiscoverIISLogs ($MaxDays)

    Remediation Script

    # Specify the maximum log age file to maintain
    $MaxDays = 30
    
    function PurgeIISLogs ($MaxDays)
    {
    	try
    	{
    		# Import IIS WebAdmin Module
    		Import-Module WebAdministration
    		
    		# Return list of IIS webistes
    		$IISSites = Get-Website
    		# Loop for each IIS site
    		foreach ($Site in $IISSites)
    		{
    			# Return path for IIS logs
    			$IISLogs = $Site.LogFile.Directory
    			# Condition to replace DOS %SystemDrive% variable with Powershell variable
    			If ($IISLogs -like "*%SystemDrive%*")
    			{
    				$IISLogs = $IISLogs -replace "%SystemDrive%", "$env:SystemDrive"
    			}
    			# Purge IIS Log files
    			Get-ChildItem -Path $IISLogs -Recurse -Filter "*.log" | Where-Object { $(Get-Date).Subtract($_.LastWriteTime).Days -gt $MaxDays } | Foreach-Object { Remove-Item $_.FullName -Force -Verbose }
    		}
    	}
    
    catch {  }
    }
    
    PurgeIISLogs ($MaxDays)
    

     

  4. Compliance Rules

    Here we will specify when to run the remediation script you created in the previous step

Configuration Baseline

Now in order to apply the Configuration Item we will need to create a Configuration Baseline for the SCCM Server Device Collection.

  1. Create a new Configuration Baseline

  2. Set Evaluation Conditions

    Here we will add the Configuration Baseline we created earlier;

  3. Deploy the Configuration Baseline

    Set your schedule and generate an alert if required..

Monitoring

Now sit back, relax and watch your good work take hold across your estate;

Savings Examples

Below we have the before and after results of a distribution point running a low workload;

Before (Manual Run)

After (Manual Run)

When you have a large environment with thousands of clients you can clearly see the storage recovery benefits!.

Manual Script

If you want to run the script manually or deploy as a scheduled task, you can use the below PowerShell script (Download from https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/IIS-Log-Maintenance-6f357306);

<#	
	.NOTES
	===========================================================================
	 Created on:   	07/11/2016 22:05
	 Created by:   	Terence Beggs & Maurice Daly - DeployEverything.com
	 Organization: 	
	 Filename:     	PruneIISLogs.ps1
	===========================================================================
	.DESCRIPTION
		Clear up script for IIS logs. Removes logs older than the value specified 
		in the MaxDays variable.

		The script can be used as part of a Configuration Item in SCCM or as a scheduled
		task.
#>

# Specify the maximum log age file to maintain
$MaxDays = 7

function DiscoverIISLogs ($MaxDays)
{
	try
	{
		# Import IIS WebAdmin Module
		Import-Module WebAdministration
		
		# Return list of IIS webistes
		$IISSites = Get-Website
		# Loop for each IIS site
		foreach ($Site in $IISSites)
		{
			# Return path for IIS logs
			$IISLogs = $Site.LogFile.Directory
			# Condition to replace DOS %SystemDrive% variable with Powershell variable
			If ($IISLogs -like "*%SystemDrive%*")
			{
				$IISLogs = $IISLogs -replace "%SystemDrive%", "$env:SystemDrive"
			}
			# Count IIS Log files to prune
			$LogCount = $LogCount + (Get-ChildItem -Path $IISLogs -Recurse -Filter "*.log" | Where-Object { $(Get-Date).Subtract($_.LastWriteTime).Days -gt $MaxDays}).count
		}
		Return $LogCount
	}
	catch { return -1 }
}

DiscoverIISLogs ($MaxDays)

function PurgeIISLogs ($MaxDays)
{
	try
	{
		# Import IIS WebAdmin Module
		Import-Module WebAdministration
		
		# Return list of IIS webistes
		$IISSites = Get-Website
		# Loop for each IIS site
		foreach ($Site in $IISSites)
		{
			# Return path for IIS logs
			$IISLogs = $Site.LogFile.Directory
			# Condition to replace DOS %SystemDrive% variable with Powershell variable
			If ($IISLogs -like "*%SystemDrive%*")
			{
				$IISLogs = $IISLogs -replace "%SystemDrive%", "$env:SystemDrive"
			}
			# Purge IIS Log files
			Get-ChildItem -Path $IISLogs -Recurse -Filter "*.log" | Where-Object { $(Get-Date).Subtract($_.LastWriteTime).Days -gt $MaxDays } | Foreach-Object { Remove-Item $_.FullName -Force -Verbose }
		}
	}

catch {  }
}

PurgeIISLogs ($MaxDays)

References

A special thanks goes out to Johan Arwidmark for sharing this clean up script on his DeploymentResearch blog (http://deploymentresearch.com/Research/Post/563/A-little-bit-of-ConfigMgr-housekeeping).

Dell PS Automation Driver Download & Import Script for MDT and SCCM

dell

Back in September back I posted a PowerShell script to allow the automatic querying of Dell client models from your SCCM environment, download the associated drivers and bios updates and import them into SCCM (https://modalyitblog.com/2016/10/10/sccm-dell-client-bios-driver-autodownload-ps-script/).  The script had the initial task of automating the following steps for your Dell driver imports;

  1. Query SCCM for a full list of Dell enterprise client products (Optiplex & Latitude)
  2. Download BIOS updates for each model
  3. Download Driver CAB for each model
  4. Extract the Driver CAB
  5. Import the drivers in the extracted CAB folder
  6. Create a Category based on the machine model
  7. Create a Driver Package based on the machine model and filename
  8. Imports the associated drivers into the newly created Driver Package
  9. Create a BIOS Update Package based on machine model
  10. Create a BIOS update deployment PowerShell script for each model using the latest BIOS update and silent switches

Community Feedback

I had a lot of great feedback on the script and I am happy to hear it helped a lot of you automate your driver update process. Since the script was released I have had a lot of requests to provide the same functionality for MDT and also to provide more command line functionality such as downloading drivers only and specifying the number of concurrent jobs as not to stress out your SCCM server during the import phase.

So here is version 4.0 of the script!

It has been significantly modified from the original and as requested it now provides driver imports into MDT (either a standalone environment or an MDT instance on your SCCM server), driver revisions, more error checking and a host of other features.

<#
 .NOTES
 ===========================================================================
 Created with: SAPIEN Technologies, Inc., PowerShell Studio 2016 v5.2.128
 Created on: 16/10/2016 13:00
 Created by: Maurice Daly
 Filename: DellDownloads.ps1
 ===========================================================================
 .DESCRIPTION
 This script allows you to automate the process of keeping your Dell
 driver and BIOS update sources up to date. The script reads the Dell
 SCCM driver pack site for models you have specified and then downloads
 the corresponding latest driver packs and BIOS updates.

 Version 1.0
 -Retreive Dell models and download BIOS and Driver Packs
 Version 2.0
 -Added driver CAB file extract, create new driver pack, category creation
 and import driver functions.
 Version 2.1
 -Added multi-threading
 Version 2.2
 -Added Max Concurrent jobs setting for limiting CPU utilisation
 Version 2.3
 -Replaced Invoke-WebRequest download with BITS enabled downloads for
 improved performance
 Version 2.4
 -Updated code and separated functions. Added required variables via commandline
 Version 3.0
 -Creates BIOS Packages for each model and writes update powershell file for deployment
 with SCCM.
 Version 4.0
 -Added support for MDT driver imports
 -Added operating system selection into the command line
 -Option to skip BIOS downloads
 -Validation for OS driver pack download for each model
 Version 4.1
 -Added support for BIOS only downloads for SCCM

 .EXAMPLE
 In the below example the script will run the download and import process for both SCCM and MDT. Both sets of BIOS and Driver packages will be downloaded, in this instance for Windows 10 x64

 DellDownloads.ps1 -ImportInto Both -DownloadType All -SiteServer YourSiteServer -RepositoryPath \\SERVER\Drivers -PackagePath \\SERVER\DriverPacks -WindowsVersion 10 -Architecture x64

 In this example the script will run the download and import process for MDT only. Only the Driver packages will be downloaded, in this instance for Windows 10 x64. Note that you will be
 prompted for a path to a CSV containing the models you wish to download drivers for.

 DellDownloads.ps1 -ImportInto MDT -DownloadType Drivers -RepositoryPath \\SERVER\Drivers -WindowsVersion 10 -Architecture x64 -MDTCSVSource ".\MDTModels.csv"

 Use : This script is provided as it and I accept no responsibility for any issues arising from its use.

 Twitter : @modaly_it
 Blog : https://modalyitblog.com/

 Credits
 MDT Import Script Source - https://scriptimus.wordpress.com/2012/06/18/mdt-powershell-importing-drivers/
 SCCM Model Query Script - http://www.scconfigmgr.com/2015/04/14/get-device-models-in-configmgr-2012-with-powershell/
#>
[CmdletBinding(SupportsShouldProcess = $true)]
param (
 [parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "Import drivers into which product? SCCM, MDT or Both?", Position = 1)]
 [ValidateSet("SCCM", "MDT", "Both")]
 [String]$ImportInto,
 [parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "Download just BIOS updates, driver packages or both?", Position = 2)]
 [ValidateSet("All", "Drivers", "BIOS")]
 [String]$DownloadType,
 [parameter(Mandatory = $false, HelpMessage = "Site server where the SMS Provider is installed", Position = 3)]
 [ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
 [ValidateScript({ Test-Connection -ComputerName $_ -Count 1 -Quiet })]
 [string]$SiteServer,
 [parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "UNC path for downloading and extracting drivers", Position = 4)]
 [ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
 [ValidateScript({ Test-Path $_ })]
 [string]$RepositoryPath,
 [parameter(Mandatory = $false, HelpMessage = "UNC path of your driver package repository", Position = 5)]
 [ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
 [ValidateScript({ Test-Path $_ })]
 [string]$PackagePath,
 [parameter(Mandatory = $false, HelpMessage = "Source path to the CSV containing your list of models for MDT", Position = 6)]
 [ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
 [ValidateScript({ Test-Path $_ })]
 [string]$MDTCSVSource,
 [parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "Please select an operating system", Position = 7)]
 [ValidateSet("7", "8", "8.1", "10")]
 [String]$WindowsVersion,
 [parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "Please select an operating system", Position = 8)]
 [ValidateSet("x86", "x64")]
 [String]$Architecture,
 [parameter(Mandatory = $false, HelpMessage = "Set the maximum number of current jobs", Position = 9)]
 [ValidateSet("1", "2", "3", "4", "5")]
 [String]$MaxConcurrentJobs
)

Clear-Host

# Import SCCM PowerShell Module
$ModuleName = (get-item $env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH).parent.FullName + "\ConfigurationManager.psd1"
Import-Module $ModuleName

# Defaults maximum concurrent jobs to 3 if the value is not set in the commandline
if ($MaxConcurrentJobs -eq $null)
{
 $MaxConcurrentJobs = 3
}

# Query SCCM Site Code
function QuerySiteCode ($SiteServer)
{
 Write-Debug "Determining SiteCode for Site Server: '$($SiteServer)'"
 $SiteCodeObjects = Get-WmiObject -Namespace "root\SMS" -Class SMS_ProviderLocation -ComputerName $SiteServer -ErrorAction Stop
 foreach ($SiteCodeObject in $SiteCodeObjects)
 {
 if ($SiteCodeObject.ProviderForLocalSite -eq $true)
 {
 $SiteCode = $SiteCodeObject.SiteCode
 Write-Debug "SiteCode: $($SiteCode)"

 }
 }
 Return [string]$SiteCode
}

function QueryModels ($SiteCode)
{
 # ArrayList to store the Dell models in
 $DellProducts = New-Object -TypeName System.Collections.ArrayList
 # Enumerate through all models
 $Models = Get-WmiObject -Namespace "root\SMS\site_$($SiteCode)" -Class SMS_G_System_COMPUTER_SYSTEM | Select-Object -Property Model | Where-Object { ($_.Model -like "*Optiplex*") -or ($_.Model -like "*Latitude*") }
 # Add model to ArrayList if not present
 if ($Models -ne $null)
 {
 foreach ($Model in $Models)
 {
 if ($Model.Model -notin $DellProducts)
 {
 $DellProducts.Add($Model.Model) | Out-Null
 }
 }
 }
 Return $DellProducts
}

function SCCMDownloadAndPackage ($PackagePath, $RepositoryPath, $SiteCode, $DellProducts, $WindowsVersion, $Architecture, $DownloadType, $ImportInto, $MaxConcurrentJobs)
{
 $RunDownloadJob = {
 Param ($Model,
 $SiteCode,
 $PackagePath,
 $RepositoryPath,
 $OperatingSystem,
 $Architecture,
 $DownloadType,
 $MaxConcurrentJobs)

 # =================== DEFINE VARIABLES =====================

 # Define Dell Download Sources
 $DellDownloadList = "http://downloads.dell.com/published/Pages/index.html"
 $DellDownloadBase = "http://downloads.dell.com"
 $DellSCCMDriverList = "http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/enterprise-client/w/wiki/2065.dell-command-deploy-driver-packs-for-enterprise-client-os-deployment"
 $DellSCCMBase = "http://en.community.dell.com"

 # Import SCCM PowerShell Module
 $ModuleName = (get-item $env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH).parent.FullName + "\ConfigurationManager.psd1"
 Import-Module $ModuleName

 # Directory used for driver and BIOS downloads
 $DriverRepositoryRoot = ($RepositoryPath.Trimend("\") + "\Dell\")
 Write-Host "Driver package path set to $DriverRepositoryRoot"

 # Directory used by SCCM for driver package
 $DriverPackageRoot = ($PackagePath.Trimend("\") + "\Dell\")
 Write-Host "Driver package path set to $DriverPackageRoot"

 # ==========================================================
 # =================== INITIATE DOWNLOADS ===================
 # ==========================================================

 if ($DownloadType -ne "Drivers")
 {

 # ================= BIOS Upgrade Download ==================

 Write-Host "Getting download URL for Dell client model: $Model"
 $ModelLink = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $DellDownloadList).Links | Where-Object { $_.outerText -eq $Model }
 $ModelURL = (Split-Path $DellDownloadList -Parent) + "/" + ($ModelLink.href)

 # Correct slash direction issues
 $ModelURL = $ModelURL.Replace("\", "/")
 $BIOSDownload = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $ModelURL -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { ($_.outerHTML -like "*BIOS*") -and ($_.outerHTML -like "*WINDOWS*") } | select -First 1
 $BIOSFile = $BIOSDownload.href | Split-Path -Leaf

 If ($BIOSDownload -ne $null)
 {
 # Check for destination directory, create if required and download the BIOS upgrade file
 if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS")) -eq $true)
 {
 if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\" + $BIOSFile)) -eq $false)
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Downloading $($BIOSFile) BIOS update file"
 # Invoke-WebRequest ($DellDownloadBase + $BIOSDownload.href) -OutFile ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\" + $BIOSFile) -UseBasicParsing
 Start-BitsTransfer ($DellDownloadBase + $BIOSDownload.href) -Destination ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\" + $BIOSFile)
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Skipping $BIOSFile... File already downloaded..."
 }
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating $Model download folder"
 New-Item -Type dir -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS")
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Downloading $($BIOSFile) BIOS update file"
 # Invoke-WebRequest ($DellDownloadBase + $BIOSDownload.href) -OutFile ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\" + $BIOSFile) -UseBasicParsing
 Start-BitsTransfer ($DellDownloadBase + $BIOSDownload.href) -Destination ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\" + $BIOSFile)
 }

 # ================= Create BIOS Update Package ==================

 $BIOSUpdatePackage = ("Dell" + " " + $Model + " " + "BIOS UPDATE")
 $BIOSUpdateRoot = ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\")

 Set-Location -Path ($SiteCode + ":")
 if ((Get-CMPackage -name $BIOSUpdatePackage) -eq $null)
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating BIOS Package"
 New-CMPackage -Name "$BIOSUpdatePackage" -Path $BIOSUpdateRoot -Description "Dell $Model BIOS Updates" -Manufacturer "Dell" -Language English
 }
 Set-Location -Path $env:SystemDrive
 $BIOSUpdateScript = ($BIOSUpdateRoot + "BIOSUpdate.ps1")
 $CurrentBIOSFile = Get-ChildItem -Path $BIOSUpdateRoot -Filter *.exe -Recurse | Sort-Object $_.LastWriteTime | select -First 1
 if ((Test-Path -Path $BIOSUpdateScript) -eq $False)
 {
 # Create BIOSUpdate.ps1 Deployment Script
 New-Item -Path ($BIOSUpdateRoot + "BIOSUpdate.ps1") -ItemType File
 $BIOSSwitches = " -noreboot -nopause "
 Add-Content -Path $BIOSUpdateScript ('$CurrentBIOSFile=' + '"' + $($CurrentBIOSFile.name) + '"')
 Add-Content -Path $BIOSUpdateScript ('$BIOSSwitches=' + '"' + $($BIOSSwitches) + '"')
 Add-Content -Path $BIOSUpdateScript ('Start-Process $CurrentBIOSFile -ArgumentList $BIOSSwitches')
 }
 else
 {
 # Check if older BIOS update exists and update BIOSUpdate deployment script
 $BIOSFileCount = (Get-ChildItem -Path $BIOSUpdateRoot -Filter *.exe -Recurse).count
 if ($BIOSFileCount -gt 1)
 {
 $OldBIOSFiles = Get-ChildItem -Path $BIOSUpdateRoot -Filter *.exe -Recurse | Where-Object { $_.Name -ne $CurrentBIOSFile.name }

 foreach ($OldBIOS in $OldBIOSFiles)
 {
 (Get-Content -Path $BIOSUpdateScript) -replace $OldBIOS.name, $CurrentBIOSFile.name | Set-Content -Path $BIOSUpdateScript
 }
 }
 }

 # =============== Refresh Distribution Points =================
 Set-Location -Path ($SiteCode + ":")
 Get-CMPackage -name $BIOSUpdatePackage | Update-CMDistributionPoint
 Set-Location -Path $env:SystemDrive
 }

 }

 if ($DownloadType -ne "BIOS")
 {
 # =============== SCCM Driver Cab Download =================

 Write-Host "Getting SCCM driver pack link for model: $Model"
 $ModelLink = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $DellSCCMDriverList -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { ($_.outerHTML -like "*$Model*") -and ($_.outerHTML -like "*$OperatingSystem*") } | select -First 1
 $ModelURL = $DellSCCMBase + ($ModelLink.href)

 If ($ModelURL -ne $null)
 {
 $ModelURL = $ModelURL.Replace("\", "/")
 $SCCMDriverDownload = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $ModelURL -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { $_.href -like "*.cab" }
 $SCCMDriverCab = $SCCMDriverDownload.href | Split-Path -Leaf
 $DriverSourceCab = ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $SCCMDriverCab)
 $DriverPackageDir = ($DriverSourceCab | Split-Path -Leaf)
 $DriverPackageDir = $DriverPackageDir.Substring(0, $DriverPackageDir.length - 4)
 $DriverCabDest = $DriverPackageRoot + $DriverPackageDir
 $DriverRevision = ($DriverPackageDir).Split("-")[2]
 $DriverCategoryName = (('"' + 'Dell ' + $Model + '"') + "," + ("$DriverRevision"))
 $DriverExtractDest = ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\" + $DriverRevision)

 # Check for destination directory, create if required and download the driver cab
 if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $SCCMDriverCab)) -eq $false)
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating $Model download folder"
 New-Item -Type dir -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab")
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Downloading $($SCCMDriverCab) driver cab file"
 Start-BitsTransfer -Source ($SCCMDriverDownload.href) -Destination ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $SCCMDriverCab)
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Skipping $SCCMDriverCab... Driver pack already downloaded..."
 $SkipDriverImport = $True
 }

 # =============== Create Driver Package + Import Drivers =================

 if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverCabDest)) -eq $false)
 {
 New-Item -Type dir -Path $DriverExtractDest
 New-Item -Type dir -Path $DriverCabDest
 Set-Location -Path ($SiteCode + ":")
 $CMDDriverPackage = ("Dell " + $Model + " - " + $OperatingSystem + " " + $Architecture)
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating driver package"
 Set-Location -Path $env:SystemDrive
 Expand "$DriverSourceCab" -F:* "$DriverExtractDest"
 $DriverINFFiles = Get-ChildItem -Path $DriverExtractDest -Recurse -Filter "*.inf" | Where-Object { $_.FullName -like "*$Architecture*" }
 Set-Location -Path ($SiteCode + ":")
 if (Get-CMCategory -CategoryType DriverCategories -name $DriverCategoryName)
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Category already exists"
 $DriverCategory = Get-CMCategory -CategoryType DriverCategories -name $DriverCategoryName
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating category"
 $DriverCategory = New-CMCategory -CategoryType DriverCategories -name $DriverCategoryName
 }
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating Driver Package for Dell $Model"
 New-CMDriverPackage -Name $CMDDriverPackage -path ($DriverPackageRoot + $DriverPackageDir + "\" + $Architecture)
 Set-CMDriverPackage -Name $CMDDriverPackage -Version $DriverRevision
 $DriverPackage = Get-CMDriverPackage -Name $CMDDriverPackage
 foreach ($DriverINF in $DriverINFFiles)
 {
 $DriverInfo = Import-CMDriver -UncFileLocation ($DriverINF.FullName) -ImportDuplicateDriverOption AppendCategory -EnableAndAllowInstall $True -AdministrativeCategory $DriverCategory | Select-Object *
 Add-CMDriverToDriverPackage -DriverID $DriverInfo.CI_ID -DriverPackageName "$($CMDDriverPackage)" -WarningAction SilentlyContinue -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue
 }
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Driver Package Already Exists.. Skipping"
 }
 Set-Location -Path $env:SystemDrive
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red "Operating system driver package download path not found.. Skipping $Model"
 }
 }
 }

 # Operating System Version
 $OperatingSystem = ("Windows " + $WindowsVersion)
 $TotalModelCount = $DellProducts.Count
 $RemainingModels = $TotalModelCount
 foreach ($Model in $DellProducts)
 {
 Write-Progress -activity "Initiate Driver Download & Driver Package Jobs" -status "Progress:" -percentcomplete (($TotalModelCount - $RemainingModels)/$TotalModelCount * 100)
 $RemainingModels--
 $Check = $false
 while ($Check -eq $false)
 {
 if ((Get-Job -State 'Running').Count -lt $MaxConcurrentJobs)
 {
 Start-Job -ScriptBlock $RunDownloadJob -ArgumentList $Model, $SiteCode, $PackagePath, $RepositoryPath, $OperatingSystem, $Architecture, $DownloadType -Name ($Model + " Download")
 $Check = $true
 }
 }
 }
 Get-Job | Wait-Job | Receive-Job
 Get-Job | Remove-Job

 if ($ImportInto -eq "Both")
 {
 # =============== MDT Driver Import ====================
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Starting MDT Driver Import Process"

 # Import MDT Module
 Import-Module "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Deployment Toolkit\bin\MicrosoftDeploymentToolkit.psd1"

 # Detect First MDT PSDrive
 If (!$PSDriveName) { $PSDriveName = (Get-MDTPersistentDrive)[0].name }

 # Detect First MDT Deployment Share
 If (!$DeploymentShare) { $DeploymentShare = (Get-MDTPersistentDrive)[0].path }

 $MDTDriverPath = $PSDriveName + ':\Out-of-Box Drivers'
 $MDTSelectionProfilePath = $PSDriveName + ':\Selection Profiles'

 # Connect to Deployment Share
 If ((Get-PSDrive -Name $PSDriveName -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue) -eq $false)
 {
 New-PSDrive -Name $PSDriveName -PSProvider MDTProvider -Root $DeploymentShare
 }

 $Make = "Dell"
 $OperatingSystemDir = ("Windows " + $WindowsVersion + " " + $Architecture)

 # Get full list of available driver cab folders from downloaded content and import into MDT if not already imported
 Get-ChildItem ($RepositoryPath + "\" + $Make) -Recurse | Where-Object { ($_.PSIsContainer -eq $true) -and ($_.FullName -like "*Driver Cab*") } | foreach {
 $Model = (($_.FullName | Split-Path -Parent) | Split-Path -Leaf)
 $DriverRevision = ((Get-ChildItem -Path $_.FullName -Filter *.Cab).Name).Split("-")[2]
 if ((Test-Path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir) -eq $false)
 {
 New-Item -path $MDTDriverPath -enable "True" -Name $OperatingSystemDir -ItemType "folder" -Verbose
 }

 if (!(Test-Path $MDTSelectionProfilePath"\Drivers - "$OperatingSystemDir))
 {
 New-Item -path $MDTSelectionProfilePath -enable "True" -Name "Drivers - $OperatingSystemDir" -Definition "<SelectionProfile><Include path=`"Out-of-Box Drivers\$OS`" /></SelectionProfile>" -ReadOnly "False" -Verbose
 }
 if ((Test-Path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make) -eq $false)
 {
 New-Item -path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir -enable "True" -Name $Make -ItemType "folder" -Verbose
 }
 if ((Test-Path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make\$Model) -eq $false)
 {
 New-Item -path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make -enable "True" -Name $Model -ItemType "folder" -Verbose
 }
 if ((Test-Path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make\$Model\$DriverRevision) -eq $false)
 {
 New-Item -path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make\$Model -enable "True" -Name $DriverRevision -ItemType "folder" -Verbose
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Importing MDT driver pack for $Make $Model - Revision $DriverRevision"
 Import-MDTDriver -path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make\$Model\$DriverRevision -Source $_.FullName
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "MDT driver pack already exists.. Skipping.."
 }
 }
 }
}

function MDTDownloadAndImport ($RepositoryPath, $DellProducts, $WindowsVersion, $Architecture, $MaxConcurrentJobs)
{
 # Import MDT Module
 Import-Module "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Deployment Toolkit\bin\MicrosoftDeploymentToolkit.psd1"

 # Detect First MDT PSDrive
 If (!$PSDriveName) { $PSDriveName = (Get-MDTPersistentDrive)[0].name }

 # Detect First MDT Deployment Share
 If (!$DeploymentShare) { $DeploymentShare = (Get-MDTPersistentDrive)[0].path }

 $MDTDriverPath = $PSDriveName + ':\Out-of-Box Drivers'
 $MDTSelectionProfilePath = $PSDriveName + ':\Selection Profiles'

 # Connect to Deployment Share
 If (!(Get-PSDrive -Name $PSDriveName -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue))
 {
 New-PSDrive -Name $PSDriveName -PSProvider MDTProvider -Root $DeploymentShare
 }

 $DSDriverPath = $PSDriveName + ':\Out-of-Box Drivers'
 $DSSelectionProfilePath = $PSDriveName + ':\Selection Profiles'

 $RunMDTDownloadJob = {
 Param ($Model,
 $RepositoryPath,
 $WindowsVersion,
 $Architecture,
 $DownloadType,
 $PSDriveName,
 $DeploymentShare,
 $DSDriverPath,
 $DSSelectionProfilePath,
 $MaxConcurrentJobs)

 # =================== DEFINE VARIABLES =====================

 # Define Dell Download Sources
 $DellDownloadList = "http://downloads.dell.com/published/Pages/index.html"
 $DellDownloadBase = "http://downloads.dell.com"
 $DellMDTDriverList = "http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/enterprise-client/w/wiki/2065.dell-command-deploy-driver-packs-for-enterprise-client-os-deployment"
 $DellMDTBase = "http://en.community.dell.com"

 # Directory used for driver downloads
 $DriverRepositoryRoot = ($RepositoryPath.Trimend("\") + "\Dell\")
 Write-Host "Driver package path set to $DriverRepositoryRoot"

# Operating System Version
$OperatingSystem = ("Windows " + $WindowsVersion)

 # =============== MDT Driver Cab Download =================

 Write-Host "Getting MDT driver pack link for model: $Model"
 $ModelLink = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $DellMDTDriverList -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { ($_.outerHTML -like "*$Model*") -and ($_.outerHTML -like "*$OperatingSystem*") } | select -First 1
 $ModelURL = $DellMDTBase + ($ModelLink.href)

 If ($ModelURL -ne $null)
 {
 # Correct slash direction issues
 $ModelURL = $ModelURL.Replace("\", "/")
 $MDTDriverDownload = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $ModelURL -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { $_.href -like "*.cab" }
 $MDTDriverCab = $MDTDriverDownload.href | Split-Path -Leaf

 # Check for destination directory, create if required and download the driver cab
 if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $MDTDriverCab)) -eq $false)
 {
 if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\")) -eq $false)
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating $Model download folder"
 New-Item -Type dir -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab")
 }
 else
 {
 # Remove previous driver cab revisions
 Get-ChildItem -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\") | Remove-Item
 }
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Downloading $($MDTDriverCab) driver cab file"
 Start-BitsTransfer -Source ($MDTDriverDownload.href) -Destination ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $MDTDriverCab)
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Skipping $MDTDriverCab... Driver pack already downloaded..."
 }
 }
 }

 $TotalModelCount = $DellProducts.Count
 $RemainingModels = $TotalModelCount

 foreach ($Model in $DellProducts)
 {
 Write-Progress -activity "Initiate MDT Driver Download & Driver Package Jobs" -status "Progress:" -percentcomplete (($TotalModelCount - $RemainingModels)/$TotalModelCount * 100)
 $RemainingModels--
 $Check = $false
 while ($Check -eq $false)
 {
 if ((Get-Job -State 'Running').Count -lt $MaxConcurrentJobs)
 {
 Start-Job -ScriptBlock $RunMDTDownloadJob -ArgumentList $Model, $RepositoryPath, $DellProducts, $WindowsVersion, $Architecture, $PSDriveName, $DeploymentShare -Name ($Model + " Driver Import") -Verbose
 $Check = $true
 }
 }
 }
 Get-Job | Wait-Job | Receive-Job
 Get-Job | Remove-Job

 # =============== MDT Driver Import ====================

 $Make = "Dell"
 $OperatingSystemDir = ("Windows " + $WindowsVersion + " " + $Architecture)

 # Loop through folders and import Drivers
 Get-ChildItem ($RepositoryPath + "\" + $Make) -Recurse | Where-Object { ($_.PSIsContainer -eq $true) -and ($_.FullName -like "*Driver Cab*") } | foreach {
 $Model = (($_.FullName | Split-Path -Parent) | Split-Path -Leaf)
 $DriverRevision = ((Get-ChildItem -Path $_.FullName -Filter *.Cab).Name).Split("-")[2]
 if ((Test-Path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir) -eq $false)
 {
 New-Item -path $MDTDriverPath -enable "True" -Name $OperatingSystemDir -ItemType "folder" -Verbose
 }

 if ((Test-Path $MDTSelectionProfilePath"\Drivers - "$OperatingSystemDir) -eq $false)
 {
 New-Item -path $MDTSelectionProfilePath -enable "True" -Name "Drivers - $OperatingSystemDir" -Definition "<SelectionProfile><Include path=`"Out-of-Box Drivers\$OS`" /></SelectionProfile>" -ReadOnly "False" -Verbose
 }
 if ((Test-Path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make) -eq $false)
 {
 New-Item -path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir -enable "True" -Name $Make -ItemType "folder" -Verbose
 }
 if ((Test-Path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make\$Model) -eq $false)
 {
 New-Item -path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make -enable "True" -Name $Model -ItemType "folder" -Verbose
 }
 if ((Test-Path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make\$Model\$DriverRevision) -eq $false)
 {
 New-Item -path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make\$Model -enable "True" -Name $DriverRevision -ItemType "folder" -Verbose
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Importing MDT driver pack for $Make $Model - Revision $DriverRevision"
 Import-MDTDriver -path $MDTDriverPath\$OperatingSystemDir\$Make\$Model\$DriverRevision -Source $_.FullName
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "MDT driver pack already exists.. Skipping.."
 }
 }
}

if (($ImportInto -eq "SCCM") -or ($ImportInto -eq "Both"))
{
 if (($PackagePath -eq $null) -or ($SiteServer -eq $null))
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor "A required parameter was not included in the commandline. Please check the Package Path and Site Server variables"
 Break
 }

 # Get SCCM Site Code
 $SiteCode = QuerySiteCode ($SiteServer)

 Write-Debug $PackagePath
 Write-Debug $RepositoryPath

 if ($SiteCode -ne $null)
 {
 # Query Dell Products in SCCM using QueryModels function
 $DellProducts = QueryModels ($SiteCode)
 # Output the members of the ArrayList
 if ($DellProducts.Count -ge 1)
 {
 foreach ($ModelItem in $DellProducts)
 {
 $PSObject = [PSCustomObject]@{
 "Dell Models Found" = $ModelItem
 }
 Write-Output $PSObject
 Write-Debug $PSObject
 }
 }
 # Start download, extract, import and package process
 Write-Host " "
 Write-Host "================================================================================================="
 Write-Host "== "
 Write-Host "== Dell SCCM/MDT Driver Download & Import Script - By Maurice Daly "
 Write-Host "== "
 Write-Host "== Running download, extract and import processes with the following variables; "
 Write-Host "== 1.Import Drivers into: $($ImportInto) "
 Write-Host "== 2.Download BIOS or Drivers: $($DownloadType) "
 Write-Host "== 3.SCCM Site Server: $($SiteServer) "
 Write-Host "== 4.SCCM Site Code: $($SiteCode) "
 Write-Host "== 5.Driver Respository: $($RepositoryPath) "
 Write-Host "== 6.Package Destination: $($PackagePath) "
 Write-Host "== 7.Operating System: Windows $($WindowsVersion) - $($Architecture) "
 Write-Host "== "
 Write-Host "================================================================================================="
 Write-Host " "
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Starting download, extract, import and driver package build process.."
 SCCMDownloadAndPackage ($PackagePath) ($RepositoryPath) ($SiteCode) ($DellProducts) ($WindowsVersion) ($Architecture) ($DownloadType) ($ImportInto) ($MaxConcurrentJobs)
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red "SCCM Site Code could not be found"
 }
}
else
{
 if ((Test-Path -Path $ModelCSVSource) -eq $true)
 {
 $DellProducts = New-Object -TypeName System.Collections.ArrayList
 $Models = Import-Csv -Path $ModelCSVSource
 # Add model to ArrayList if not present
 if ($Models -ne $null)
 {
 foreach ($Model in $Models.Model)
 {
 if ($Model -notin $DellProducts)
 {
 $DellProducts.Add($Model) | Out-Null
 }
 }
 }
 }
 else
 {
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Red "Unable to find the file specified."
 Break
 }
 # Start download, extract, import and package process
 Write-Host " "
 Write-Host "================================================================================================="
 Write-Host "== "
 Write-Host "== Dell SCCM/MDT Driver Download & Import Script - By Maurice Daly "
 Write-Host "== "
 Write-Host "== Running MDT only download, extract and import processes with the following variables; "
 Write-Host "== 1.Model Source File: $($ModelCSVSource) "
 Write-Host "== 1.Driver Respository: $($RepositoryPath) "
 Write-Host "== 2.Operating System: Windows $($WindowsVersion) - $($Architecture) "
 Write-Host "== "
 Write-Host "================================================================================================="
 Write-Host " "
 Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Starting download, extract, import and driver package build process.."
 MDTDownloadAndImport ($RepositoryPath) ($DellProducts) ($WindowsVersion) ($Architecture) ($MaxConcurrentJobs)
}

Lets step through the options available to you when running the script;

SCCM only or both SCCM and MDT on the same server

Run the script using the following opening syntax: .\DellDownloads.ps1 -ImportInto SCCM – for SCCM only or .\DellDownloads.ps1 -ImportInto Both – for both SCCM and MDT

When running the script for this type of deployment, the following switches are required;

DownloadType       :: Selects the type of download, the options available are All. Drivers or BIOS
SiteServer                  :: The name of your SCCM site server than you are running the script on
RepositoryPath       :: The location for your bios and driver downloads and cabinet extracts
PackagePath            :: The location for your SCCM driver packages
WindowsVersion   :: Options include, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10
Architecture             :: Options include x86 or x64
MaxConcurrentJobs :: Options for 1-5 concurrent jobs

Working example (SCCM only with BIOS and Driver downloads):

.\DellDownload -ImportInto SCCM -DownloadType ALL -SiteServer SCCM01 -RepositoryPath "\\server\drivers" -PackagePath "\\server\driverpacks" -WindowsVersion 10 -Architecture x64 -MaxConcurrentJobs 3

Working example (SCCM and MDT with Driver downloads and 3 concurrent jobs):

.\DellDownload -ImportInto Both -DownloadType Drivers -SiteServer SCCM01 -RepositoryPath "\\server\drivers" -PackagePath "\\server\driverpacks" -WindowsVersion 10 -Architecture x64 -MaxConcurrentJobs 3


MDT only – New Feature

The MDT only option differs from the SCCM functions in the fact the script does not query SCCM for a list of Dell enterprise client systems. In this instance a CSV is required with an initial column heading labelled “Model”, example;

Model
Optiplex 7040
Optiplex 7010
Latitude E5470

When running the script for this type of deployment, the following switches are required;

DownloadType              :: Selects the type of download, the options available are All or Drivers
RepositoryPath            :: The location for your bios and driver downloads and cabinet extracts
WindowsVersion        :: Options include, 7, 8, 8.1 and 10
Architecture                 :: Options include x86 or x64
MaxConcurrentJobs  :: Options for 1-5 concurrent job (defaults to 3 if not entered)
-MDTCSVSource                  :: Location of Models CSV file

Working example of MDT only command;

.\DellDownload -ImportInto MDT -DownloadType Drivers -RepositoryPath "\\server\drivers" -WindowsVersion 10 -Architecture x64 -MaxConcurrentJobs 3 -MDTCSVSource ".\Models.csv"


Screenshots 

SCCM

Script Run-time with “Both” selected;

sccmmdt

Driver Packages – Post Script Run

sccmdriverslist

Driver Package Contents

sccmdriverslist2

MDT

MDT Only Script Running;

mdtonlyscreen1

MDT Drivers Post Script Run;

mdtonlyscreen3

mdtonlyscreen4

Driver Download Folders

BIOS Update & PowerShell Update Script

respository2

Model Folder – Sub-Folders created for BIOS, Driver Cab and Extracted Drivers (Dell Revision Number)

respository1

Driver Cab Folder

respository3

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Java Version Cleanup PowerShell Script

If you still have to maintain Java installations in your environment you will probably come up against having machines with multiple versions installed, unless you are running a clean up script for the old releases.

It is however sometimes a requirement to keep a specific release of Java for application compatibility, so what do you do in those scenarios where you want to clean up your old installs but the required version.

The below PowerShell script will do just that. It looks at your installed versions of Java, removes all previous versions and provides you with the option of specifying a version to keep during the process.

Script Download Link – https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Java-Version-Cleaner-4a73f6be


<#
.NOTES
===========================================================================
Created with: SAPIEN Technologies, Inc., PowerShell Studio 2016 v5.2.128
Created on: 13/11/2016 22:13
Created by: Maurice.Daly
Organization:
Filename: JavaVersionCleaner.ps1
===========================================================================
.DESCRIPTION
This script removes previous versions of Oracle Java.
The script supports the option to specify specific versions to keep
during the uninstall process.
.EXAMPLE
.\JavaVersionCleaner.ps1 -MinJavaVersion jre1.8.0_100
Using this will keep the current version of Java and also jre1.8.0_100

.\JavaVersionCleaner.ps1
This will remove all versions bar the current version of Java
#>
[CmdletBinding(SupportsShouldProcess = $true)]
param (
[parameter(Mandatory = $false, HelpMessage = "Specify Java Version to maintain", Position = 1)]
[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
[string]$MinJavaVersion
)

function JavaX64Uninstall ($MinJavaVersion)
{
Write-Debug "Running X64 Uninstalls"
# Read registry for Java 64 bit versions
$JavaX64Installs = Get-ChildItem -Path HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall -Recurse | Get-ItemProperty | Where-Object { ($_.displayName -like "*Java*Update*") -and ($_.displayName -notlike "*Java*Auto*") } | Select Displayname, UninstallString, InstallDate, InstatallLocation
$JavaX64Count = $JavaX64Installs.Count

foreach ($JavaX64Install in ($JavaX64Installs | Sort-Object InstallDate))
{
if (($JavaX64Count) -gt 1)
{
if ($JavaX64Install.InstallLocation -notlike "*$($MinJavaVersion)*")
{
$MSIString = $JavaX64Install.Uninstallstring | Split-Path -Leaf
Write-Debug "Uninstalling $($JavaX64Install.Displayname)"
Write-Debug "MSIString $($MSIString)"
Start-Process MSIEXEC.EXE -ArgumentList (" /" + $MSIString + " /QN")
}
$JavaX64Count--
}
}
}

function JavaX86Uninstall ($MinJavaVersion)
{
Write-Debug "Running X86 Uninstalls"
# Read registry for Java 32 bit versions
$JavaX86Installs = Get-ChildItem -Path HKLM:\SOFTWARE\WOW6432Node\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Uninstall -Recurse | Get-ItemProperty | Where-Object { ($_.displayName -like "*Java*Update*") -and ($_.displayName -notlike "*Java*Auto*") } | Select Displayname, UninstallString, InstallDate, InstallLocation
$JavaX86Count = $JavaX86Installs.Count
foreach ($JavaX86Install in ($JavaX86Installs | Sort-Object InstallDate))
{
if (($JavaX86Count) -gt 1)
{
if ($JavaX86Install.InstallLocation -notlike "*$($MinJavaVersion)*")
{
$MSIString = $JavaX86Install.UninstallString | Split-Path -Leaf
Write-Debug "Uninstalling $($JavaX86Install.Displayname)"
Write-Debug "MSIString $($MSIString)"
Start-Process MSIEXEC.EXE -ArgumentList (" /" + $MSIString + " /QN")
}
$JavaX86Count--
}
}
}

# Check for Windows 32 or 64 bit and process functions
if ((Test-Path -Path "C:\Program Files (x86)") -eq $true)
{
JavaX64Uninstall ($MinJavaVersion)
JavaX86Uninstall ($MinJavaVersion)
}else{
JavaX86Uninstall ($MinJavaVersion)
}

SCCM Viglen Client Driver Autodownload PowerShell Script

viglen

In October of 2016 I released a script that downloaded drivers and bios updates for Dell client systems and created associated driver packs in SCCM (https://modalyitblog.wordpress.com/2016/10/10/sccm-dell-client-bios-driver-autodownload-ps-script/).

A friend of mine works in the UK educational system as an admin and thought it would be nice to have a similar script for his environment, mainly consisting of the UK educational hardware builder Viglen.

So here is version 1.0 of the download script adjusted for Viglen client systems.

The below scripts requires you to specify your driver file share and your SCCM site server name as a variable, it then does the following;

  1. Queries SCCM for a full list of Viglen client products
  2. Downloads the driver INF zip file for each model
  3. Extract the driver INF zip
  4. Import the drivers in the extracted ZIP folder
  5. Create a Category based on the machine model
  6. Create a Driver Package based on the machine model
  7. Imports the associated drivers into the newly created Driver Package

The downloads are stored within sub-folders within the share you specified, e.g;

\\MySCCMServer\Drivers\Viglen 820s\Driver ZIP\
\\MySCCMServer\Drivers\Viglen 820s\Extracted Drivers\

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PowerShell Script

To run the script use the following syntax;

.\ViglenSCCMDownload.ps1 -SiteServer YOURSITESERVER -RepositoryPath “\\YOURSERVER\DRIVERREPO\” -PackagePath “\\YOURSERVER\DRIVERPACKPATH”

The script has Windows 10 x64 specified, however you can change this under the #Define Operating Systems section. Note I have tested Windows 7 & 10 only during building this.


<#
.NOTES
===========================================================================
Created with: SAPIEN Technologies, Inc., PowerShell Studio 2016 v5.2.128
Created on: 03/11/2016 13:00
Created by: Maurice Daly
Filename: ViglenSCCMDownloads.ps1
==========================================================================
.DESCRIPTION
This script allows you to automate the process of keeping your
driver sources up to date. The script reads the Viglen support download
site for models found within SCCM and then downloads the corresponding
drivers

Version 1.0
Initial release

Notes
You can skip the driver package creation process by changing the
$DriverPackageCreation variable to $False.
The system architecture can also be changed by modifying the
$Architecture variable and using x64 or x86
You can limit the number of concurrent jobs by specifying
your max value in the $MaxConcurrent jobs variable

To run the script use the following syntax;

.\ViglenSCCMDownload.ps1 -SiteServer YOURSITESERVER -RepositoryPath UNCTEMPDRIVERPATH -PackagePath UNCDRIVERPACKAGEPATH

To re-enable error messaging for troubleshooting purpose
comment out the Error and Warning Preference values below

Use : This script is provided as it and I accept no responsibility for
any issues arising from its use.

Twitter : @modaly_it
Blog : https://modalyitblog.wordpress.com/
#>

# Define SCCM Site Server
[CmdletBinding(SupportsShouldProcess = $true)]
param (
[parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "Site server where the SMS Provider is installed", Position = 1)]
[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
[ValidateScript({ Test-Connection -ComputerName $_ -Count 1 -Quiet })]
[string]$SiteServer,
[parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "UNC path for downloading and extracting drivers")]
[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
[ValidateScript({ Test-Path $_ })]
[string]$RepositoryPath,
[parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "UNC path of your driver package repository")]
[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
[ValidateScript({ Test-Path $_ })]
[string]$PackagePath
)

$ErrorActionPreference = 'SilentlyContinue'
$WarningPreference = 'SilentlyContinue'

# Import SCCM PowerShell Module
Import-Module "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Configuration Manager\AdminConsole\bin\ConfigurationManager.psd1"

# Define Maximum Number Of Simultaneously Running Jobs
$MaxConcurrentJobs = 5

# Query SCCM Site Code
function QuerySiteCode ($SiteServer)
{
Write-Verbose "Determining SiteCode for Site Server: '$($SiteServer)'"
$SiteCodeObjects = Get-WmiObject -Namespace "root\SMS" -Class SMS_ProviderLocation -ComputerName $SiteServer -ErrorAction Stop
foreach ($SiteCodeObject in $SiteCodeObjects)
{
if ($SiteCodeObject.ProviderForLocalSite -eq $true)
{
$SiteCode = $SiteCodeObject.SiteCode
Write-Debug "SiteCode: $($SiteCode)"

}
}
Return [string]$SiteCode
}

function QueryModels ($SiteCode)
{
# ArrayList to store the Viglen models in
$ViglenProducts = New-Object -TypeName System.Collections.ArrayList
# Enumerate through all models
#$Models = "VIG430P","VIG665W","Vig670W","Vig800S","Vig820S","Vig830S"
$Models = Get-WmiObject -Namespace "root\SMS\site_$($SiteCode)" -Class SMS_G_System_COMPUTER_SYSTEM | Select-Object -Property Model | Where-Object { $_.Model -like "*Vig*" }
# Add model to ArrayList if not present
if ($Models -ne $null)
{
foreach ($Model in $Models)
{
if ($Model.Model -notin $ViglenProducts)
{
$ViglenProducts.Add($Model.Model) | Out-Null
}
}
}
#$ViglenProducts = "VIG430P", "VIG665W", "Vig670W", "Vig800S", "Vig820S", "Vig830S"
Return $ViglenProducts
}

function StartDownloadAndPackage ($PackagePath, $RepositoryPath)
{
$RunDownloadJob = {
Param ($Model,
$SiteCode,
$PackagePath,
$RepositoryPath)

# =================== DEFINE VARIABLES =====================

# Directory used for driver downloads
$DriverRepositoryRoot = ($RepositoryPath.Trimend("\") + "\Viglen\")
Write-Host "Driver package path set to $DriverRepositoryRoot"

# Directory used by SCCM for driver package
$DriverPackageRoot = ($PackagePath.Trimend("\") + "\Viglen\")
Write-Host "Driver package path set to $DriverPackageRoot"

# Define Operating System
$OperatingSystem = "Windows"
$OperatingSystemVersion = "10"
$Architecture = "64"

# Define Viglen Download Sources
$ViglenBaseURL = "http://download.viglen.co.uk"
$ViglenDownloadList = "/files/Motherboards/"
$ViglenBIOSFolder = "BIOS/"
$ViglenDriverFolder = "Drivers/"

# Import Driver Packs?
$DriverPackCreation = $true

# Import SCCM PowerShell Module
Import-Module "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Configuration Manager\AdminConsole\bin\ConfigurationManager.psd1"

# =================== INITIATE DOWNLOADS ===================

Write-Host "Getting download URL for Viglen client model: $Model"
$ModelLink = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri ($ViglenBaseURL + $ViglenDownloadList) -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { $_.href -like "*$Model*" }
$ModelURL = ($ViglenBaseURL + $ModelLink.href)

# Correct slash direction issues
$ModelURL = $ModelURL.Replace("\", "/")

# ============= SCCM Driver Cab Download ==================

Write-Host "Getting SCCM driver pack link for model: $Model"
$ViglenInfFolder = (((Invoke-WebRequest -Uri ($ModelURL + $ViglenDriverFolder) -UseBasicParsing).links | Where-Object { $_.href -like "*INF*" }).href | Split-Path -Leaf) + "/"
$SCCMDriverDownload = ((Invoke-WebRequest -Uri ($ModelURL + $ViglenDriverFolder + $ViglenInfFolder) -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { $_.href -like "*$($OperatingSystem.trim("dows"))*$OperatingSystemVersion*.zip" } | Select-Object -Last 1).href
if ($SCCMDriverDownload -eq $null)
{
# Check for driver folder for specified OS
$DriverOSSubFolder = ((Invoke-WebRequest -Uri ($ModelURL + $ViglenDriverFolder + $ViglenInfFolder) -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { $_.outerHTML -like "*$OperatingSystem*$OperatingSystemVersion*" }).href | Split-Path -Leaf
if ($DriverOSSubFolder -eq $null)
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor White -BackgroundColor Red "Driver does not exist for $Model running $OperatingSystem $OperatingSystemVersion"
Break
}
else
{
$SCCMDriverDownload = ((Invoke-WebRequest -Uri ($ModelURL + $ViglenDriverFolder + $ViglenInfFolder + $DriverOSSubFolder) -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { $_.href -like "*$($OperatingSystem.trim("dows"))*$OperatingSystemVersion*.zip" } | Select-Object -Last 1).href
}
}
else
{
# $SCCMDriverDownload = $SCCMDriverDownload.href
}

$SCCMDriverZIP = ($SCCMDriverDownload | Split-Path -Leaf)

# Check for destination directory, create if required and download the driver zip
if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver ZIP\")) -eq $true)
{
if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver ZIP\" + $SCCMDriverZIP)) -eq $true)
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Skipping $SCCMDriverZIP... File already downloaded..."
$SkipDriver = $true
}
else
{
Start-BitsTransfer -Source ($ViglenBaseURL + $SCCMDriverDownload) -Destination ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver ZIP\" + $SCCMDriverZIP) -DisplayName "Downloading $Model driver ZIP file"
$SkipDriver = $false
}
}
else
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating $Model download folder"
New-Item -Type dir -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver ZIP")
Start-BitsTransfer -Source ($ViglenBaseURL + $SCCMDriverDownload) -Destination ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver ZIP\" + $SCCMDriverZIP) -DisplayName "Downloading $Model driver ZIP file"
}

# =================== CREATE DRIVER PACKAGE AND IMPORT DRIVERS ===================

Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Starting extract and import process"
$DriverSourceFile = ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver ZIP\" + $SCCMDriverZIP)
$DriverExtractDest = ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Extracted Drivers")
$DriverPackageDir = ($DriverSourceFile | Split-Path -Leaf)
$DriverPackageDir = $DriverPackageDir.Substring(0, $DriverPackageDir.length - 4)
$DriverFileDest = $DriverPackageRoot + "Viglen\" + $DriverPackageDir

if ($DriverPackCreation -eq $true)
{
if ((Test-Path -Path $DriverExtractDest) -eq $false)
{
New-Item -Type dir -Path $DriverExtractDest
}
else
{
Get-ChildItem -Path $DriverExtractDest -Recurse | Remove-Item -Recurse -Force
}
New-Item -Type dir -Path $DriverFileDest
Set-Location -Path ($SiteCode + ":")
$CMDDriverPackage = "Viglen " + $Model + " " + $OperatingSystem + " " + $OperatingSystemVersion + " " + $Architecture + "bit"
if (Get-CMDriverPackage -Name $CMDDriverPackage)
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Skipping.. Driver package already exists.."
}
else
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating driver package"
Set-Location -Path $env:SystemDrive
Add-Type -assembly "system.io.compression.filesystem"
[io.compression.zipfile]::ExtractToDirectory($DriverSourceFile, $DriverExtractDest)
$DriverINFFiles = Get-ChildItem -Path $DriverExtractDest -Recurse -Filter "*.inf"
}
Set-Location -Path ($SiteCode + ":")
New-CMDriverPackage -Name $CMDDriverPackage -path ($DriverPackageRoot + $Model + "\" + $OperatingSystem + " " + $OperatingSystemVersion + "\" + $Architecture)
if (Get-CMCategory -CategoryType DriverCategories -name ("Viglen " + $Model))
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Category already exists"
$DriverCategory = Get-CMCategory -CategoryType DriverCategories -name ("Viglen " + $Model)
}
else
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating category"
$DriverCategory = New-CMCategory -CategoryType DriverCategories -name ("Viglen " + $Model)
}
$DriverPackage = Get-CMDriverPackage -Name $CMDDriverPackage
foreach ($DriverINF in $DriverINFFiles)
{
$DriverInfo = Import-CMDriver -UncFileLocation ($DriverINF.FullName) -ImportDuplicateDriverOption AppendCategory -EnableAndAllowInstall $True -AdministrativeCategory $DriverCategory | Select-Object *
Add-CMDriverToDriverPackage -DriverID $DriverInfo.CI_ID -DriverPackageName $CMDDriverPackage
}
}
Set-Location -Path $env:SystemDrive
}
$TotalModelCount = $ViglenProducts.Count
$RemainingModels = $TotalModelCount
foreach ($Model in $ViglenProducts)
{
write-progress -activity "Initiate Driver Download & Driver Package Jobs" -status "Progress:" -percentcomplete (($TotalModelCount - $RemainingModels)/$TotalModelCount * 100)
$RemainingModels--
$Check = $false
while ($Check -eq $false)
{
if ((Get-Job -State 'Running').Count -lt $MaxConcurrentJobs)
{
Start-Job -ScriptBlock $RunDownloadJob -ArgumentList $Model, $SiteCode, $PackagePath, $RepositoryPath -Name ($Model + " Download")
$Check = $true
}
}
}
Get-Job | Wait-Job | Receive-Job
Get-Job | Remove-Job
}


# Get SCCM Site Code
$SiteCode = QuerySiteCode ($SiteServer)

Write-Debug $PackagePath
Write-Debug $RepositoryPath

if ($SiteCode -ne $null)
{
# Query Viglen Products in SCCM using QueryModels function
$ViglenProducts = QueryModels ($SiteCode)
# Output the members of the ArrayList
if ($ViglenProducts.Count -ge 1)
{
foreach ($ModelItem in $ViglenProducts)
{
$PSObject = [PSCustomObject]@{
"Viglen Models Found" = $ModelItem
}
Write-Output $PSObject
}
}
# Start download, extract, import and package process
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Starting download, extract, import and driver package build process.."
StartDownloadAndPackage ($PackagePath) ($RepositoryPath) ($SiteCode)
}

Updating SCCM Package Source Locations

I’ve recently seen people asking on forums about how to modify the source settings of SCCM packages when migrating software installation files from an old server to a new one. Obviously manually updating packages is an option, but this will take time.. so this is achieved very easily by running the PowerShell code below


<#
.NOTES
===========================================================================
Created with: SAPIEN Technologies, Inc., PowerShell Studio 2016 v5.2.128
Created on: 31/10/2016 14:13
Created by: Maurice.Daly
Organization:
Filename: UpdatePkgSource.ps1
===========================================================================
.DESCRIPTION
Updates the source location for SCCM packages and update your distribution points
Provided as is with no support. Run at your own risk.
#>
$OldSource = "\\YOUROLDSERVER\PACKAGESOURCE"
$NewSource = "\\YOURNEWSERVER\PACKAGESOURCE"

foreach ($Package in (Get-CMPackage | Where-Object { $_.PkgSourcePath -like "*$OldSource*" }))
{
Write-Host "Modifying $($Package.name) with new location $NewSource"
$UpdatedSource = $Package.PkgSourcePath -replace $OldSource, $NewSource
# Update source location of package
Set-CMPackage -id $Package.ID -Path $UpdatedSource
# Force update of distribution points
Get-CMPackage -id $Package.ID | Update-CMDistriubtionPoint
}

SCCM Dell Client Bios & Driver Autodownload PowerShell Script

dell
If you are a Dell hardware house then this script might come in useful for you.

As you are probably aware Dell provide excellent support for SCCM deployments via their Dell Command integration software and up to date driver cab files via their Enterprise Client Deployment site at http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/enterprise-client/w/wiki/2065.dell-command-deploy-driver-packs-for-enterprise-client-os-deployment.

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When I was refreshing my driver and bios update file repository I got thinking wouldn’t it be nice if I could just run a script that would download these update files based on the models of Dell client systems listed in my SCCM device collections?.

I found a script on Dustin Hedges blog (https://deploymentramblings.wordpress.com/2014/04/17/downloading-dell-driver-cab-files-automagically-with-the-driver-pack-catalog/) but I wanted to automate this further.

So here is my resulting effort. The below scripts requires you to specify your driver file share and your SCCM site server name as a variable, it then does the following;

  1. Queries SCCM for a full list of Dell enterprise client products (Optiplex & Latitude)
  2. Downloads BIOS updates for each model
  3. Downloads the driver CAB for each model
  4. Extract the driver CAB
  5. Import the drivers in the extracted CAB folder
  6. Create a Category based on the machine model
  7. Create a Driver Package based on the machine model and filename
  8. Imports the associated drivers into the newly created Driver Package
  9. Creates a BIOS Update Package based on machine model
  10. Creates a BIOS update deployment PowerShell script for each model using the latest BIOS update and silent switches

Progress bars have also been added for both the system model and driver import stage.

The downloads are stored within sub-folders within the share you specified, e.g;

\\MySCCMServer\Drivers\Dell Optiplex 7040\BIOS
\\MySCCMServer\Drivers\Dell Optiplex 7040\Driver Cabs\

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Automatically created SCCM Driver Packages:

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SCCM Driver Package Contents;

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Multi-Threaded Script

To run the script use the following syntax;

.\DellDownloads.ps1 -SiteServer YOURSITESERVER -RepositoryPath “\\YOURSERVER\DRIVERREPO\” -PackagePath “\\YOURSERVER\DRIVERPACKPATH”

dellmultithread
Multi-Thread Script In Use (Running Code in PS Console)

Task Sequence BIOS Update Script

In the latest release BIOS packaging is included, it also generates a PowerShell script for use at deployment time which is contained within the BIOS folder of the model and uses the latest BIOS exe with silent switches for a silent upgrade.

Note: If you are using a BIOS setup password (which you should be), you will need to specify this within the script (unless you want me to update the script to look for this run running it from the shell).

Modify the following line – $BIOSSwitches = ” -noreboot -nopause /p=%YOURBIOSPASSWORD ”

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UPDATE LOG

08/11/2016
The script has been updated with the following functionality;

  1. Creates BIOS packages for each model downloaded
  2. Creates a deployment PowerShell script containing the latest BIOS exe name and switches for a silent / no reboot update of the BIOS
  3. If the script is re-run it will automatically update the BIOS exe to use in the deployment PS script and update the distribution points.

28/10/2016
As a response to feedback, I have added a $MaxConcurrent jobs variable into the multi-threaded script that lets you specify the max number of jobs in order to control CPU utilization.

26/10/2016
I have added in an additional script below which is multi-threaded. This should help reduce the overall time to download, extract and create the driver packages in large environments with a wide range of models.

16/10/2016
Additional functionality has been added to now automate the process of extracting the CAB, creating computer categories, import the drivers into SCCM and create a driver pack for each of the models / driver packs downloaded.

Script Download Link – https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/SCCM-Dell-Client-Bios-ee577b04?redir=0

<#
.NOTES
===========================================================================
Created with: SAPIEN Technologies, Inc., PowerShell Studio 2016 v5.2.128
Created on: 16/10/2016 13:00
Created by: Maurice Daly
Filename: DellDownloads.ps1
===========================================================================
.DESCRIPTION
This script allows you to automate the process of keeping your Dell
driver and BIOS update sources up to date. The script reads the Dell
SCCM driver pack site for models you have specified and then downloads
the corresponding latest driver packs and BIOS updates.

Version 1.0
Retreive Dell models and download BIOS and Driver Packs
Version 2.0
Added driver CAB file extract, create new driver pack, category creation
and import driver functions.
Version 2.1
Added multi-threading
Version 2.2
Added Max Concurrent jobs setting for limiting CPU utilisation
Version 2.3
Replaced Invoke-WebRequest download with BITS enabled downloads for
improved performance
Version 2.4
Updated code and separated functions. Added required variables via commandline
Version 3.0
Creates BIOS Packages for each model and writes update powershell file for deployment
with SCCM.

Notes
You can skip the driver package creation process by changing the
$DriverPackageCreation variable to $False.
The system architecture can also be changed by modifying the
$Architecture variable and using x64 or x86

To re-enable error messaging for troubleshooting purpose
comment out the Error and Warning Preference values below

Use : This script is provided as it and I accept no responsibility for
any issues arising from its use.

Twitter : @modaly_it
Blog : https://modalyitblog.com/
#>
[CmdletBinding(SupportsShouldProcess = $true)]
param (
[parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "Site server where the SMS Provider is installed", Position = 1)]
[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
[ValidateScript({ Test-Connection -ComputerName $_ -Count 1 -Quiet })]
[string]$SiteServer,
[parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "UNC path for downloading and extracting drivers")]
[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
[ValidateScript({ Test-Path $_ })]
[string]$RepositoryPath,
[parameter(Mandatory = $true, HelpMessage = "UNC path of your driver package repository")]
[ValidateNotNullOrEmpty()]
[ValidateScript({ Test-Path $_ })]
[string]$PackagePath
)

$ErrorActionPreference = 'SilentlyContinue'
$WarningPreference = 'SilentlyContinue'

# Define Maximum Number Of Simultaneously Running Jobs
$MaxConcurrentJobs = 5

$ErrorActionPreference = 'SilentlyContinue'
$WarningPreference = 'SilentlyContinue'

# Import SCCM PowerShell Module
$ModuleName = (get-item $env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH).parent.FullName + "\ConfigurationManager.psd1"
Import-Module $ModuleName

# Query SCCM Site Code
function QuerySiteCode ($SiteServer)
{
Write-Debug "Determining SiteCode for Site Server: '$($SiteServer)'"
$SiteCodeObjects = Get-WmiObject -Namespace "root\SMS" -Class SMS_ProviderLocation -ComputerName $SiteServer -ErrorAction Stop
foreach ($SiteCodeObject in $SiteCodeObjects)
{
if ($SiteCodeObject.ProviderForLocalSite -eq $true)
{
$SiteCode = $SiteCodeObject.SiteCode
Write-Debug "SiteCode: $($SiteCode)"

}
}
Return [string]$SiteCode
}

function QueryModels ($SiteCode)
{
# ArrayList to store the Dell models in
$DellProducts = New-Object -TypeName System.Collections.ArrayList
# Enumerate through all models
$Models = Get-WmiObject -Namespace "root\SMS\site_$($SiteCode)" -Class SMS_G_System_COMPUTER_SYSTEM | Select-Object -Property Model | Where-Object { ($_.Model -like "*Optiplex*") -or ($_.Model -like "*Latitude*") }
# Add model to ArrayList if not present
if ($Models -ne $null)
{
foreach ($Model in $Models)
{
if ($Model.Model -notin $DellProducts)
{
$DellProducts.Add($Model.Model) | Out-Null
}
}
}
Return $DellProducts
}

function StartDownloadAndPackage ($PackagePath, $RepositoryPath, $SiteCode, $DellProducts)
{
$RunDownloadJob = {
Param ($Model,
$SiteCode,
$PackagePath,
$RepositoryPath)

# =================== DEFINE VARIABLES =====================
# Import SCCM PowerShell Module
$ModuleName = (get-item $env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH).parent.FullName + "\ConfigurationManager.psd1"
Import-Module $ModuleName

# Directory used for driver downloads
$DriverRepositoryRoot = ($RepositoryPath.Trimend("\") + "\Dell\")
Write-Host "Driver package path set to $DriverRepositoryRoot"

# Directory used by SCCM for driver package
$DriverPackageRoot = $PackagePath
Write-Host "Driver package path set to $DriverPackageRoot"

# Define Operating System
$OperatingSystem = "Windows 10"
$Architecture = "x64"

# Define Dell Download Sources
$DellDownloadList = "http://downloads.dell.com/published/Pages/index.html"
$DellDownloadBase = "http://downloads.dell.com"
$DellSCCMDriverList = "http://en.community.dell.com/techcenter/enterprise-client/w/wiki/2065.dell-command-deploy-driver-packs-for-enterprise-client-os-deployment"
$DellSCCMBase = "http://en.community.dell.com"

# Import Driver Packs?
$DriverPackCreation = $true

# =================== INITIATE DOWNLOADS ===================

# ============= BIOS Upgrade Download ==================

Write-Host "Getting download URL for Dell client model: $Model"
$ModelLink = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $DellDownloadList).Links | Where-Object { $_.outerText -eq $Model }
$ModelURL = (Split-Path $DellDownloadList -Parent) + "/" + ($ModelLink.href)

# Correct slash direction issues
$ModelURL = $ModelURL.Replace("\", "/")
$BIOSDownload = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $ModelURL -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { ($_.outerHTML -like "*BIOS*") -and ($_.outerHTML -like "*WINDOWS*") } | select -First 1
$BIOSFile = $BIOSDownload.href | Split-Path -Leaf

# Check for destination directory, create if required and download the BIOS upgrade file
if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS")) -eq $true)
{
if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\" + $BIOSFile)) -eq $false)
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Downloading $($BIOSFile) BIOS update file"
# Invoke-WebRequest ($DellDownloadBase + $BIOSDownload.href) -OutFile ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\" + $BIOSFile) -UseBasicParsing
Start-BitsTransfer ($DellDownloadBase + $BIOSDownload.href) -Destination ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\" + $BIOSFile)
}
else
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Skipping $BIOSFile... File already downloaded..."
}
}
else
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating $Model download folder"
New-Item -Type dir -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS")
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Downloading $($BIOSFile) BIOS update file"
# Invoke-WebRequest ($DellDownloadBase + $BIOSDownload.href) -OutFile ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\" + $BIOSFile) -UseBasicParsing
Start-BitsTransfer ($DellDownloadBase + $BIOSDownload.href) -Destination ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\" + $BIOSFile)
}

# ============= SCCM Driver Cab Download ==================

Write-Host "Getting SCCM driver pack link for model: $Model"
$ModelLink = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $DellSCCMDriverList -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { ($_.outerHTML -like "*$Model*") -and ($_.outerHTML -like "*$OperatingSystem*") } | select -First 1
$ModelURL = $DellSCCMBase + ($ModelLink.href)

# Correct slash direction issues
$ModelURL = $ModelURL.Replace("\", "/")
$SCCMDriverDownload = (Invoke-WebRequest -Uri $ModelURL -UseBasicParsing).Links | Where-Object { $_.href -like "*.cab" }
$SCCMDriverCab = $SCCMDriverDownload.href | Split-Path -Leaf

# Check for destination directory, create if required and download the driver cab
if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\")) -eq $true)
{
if ((Test-Path -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $SCCMDriverCab)) -eq $false)
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Downloading $($SCCMDriverCab) driver cab file"
# Invoke-WebRequest ($SCCMDriverDownload.href) -OutFile ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $SCCMDriverCab) -UseBasicParsing
Start-BitsTransfer -Source ($SCCMDriverDownload.href) -Destination ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $SCCMDriverCab)
$SkipDriver = $false
}
else
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Skipping $SCCMDriverCab... File already downloaded..."
$SkipDriver = $true
}
}
else
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating $Model download folder"
New-Item -Type dir -Path ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab")
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Downloading $($SCCMDriverCab) driver cab file"
#Invoke-WebRequest ($SCCMDriverDownload.href) -OutFile ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $SCCMDriverCab)
Start-BitsTransfer -Source ($SCCMDriverDownload.href) -Destination ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $SCCMDriverCab)
}

# =================== CREATE BIOS UPDATE PACKAGE ===========================

$BIOSUpdatePackage = ("Dell" + " " + $Model + " " + "BIOS UPDATE")
$BIOSUpdateRoot = ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\BIOS\")

Set-Location -Path ($SiteCode + ":")
if ((Get-CMPackage -name $BIOSUpdatePackage) -eq $null)
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating BIOS Package"
New-CMPackage -Name "$BIOSUpdatePackage" -Path $BIOSUpdateRoot -Description "Dell $Model BIOS Updates" -Manufacturer "Dell" -Language English
}
Set-Location -Path $env:SystemDrive
$BIOSUpdateScript = ($BIOSUpdateRoot + "BIOSUpdate.ps1")
$CurrentBIOSFile = Get-ChildItem -Path $BIOSUpdateRoot -Filter *.exe -Recurse | Sort-Object $_.LastWriteTime | select -First 1
if ((Test-Path -Path $BIOSUpdateScript) -eq $False)
{
# Create BIOSUpdate.ps1 Deployment Script
New-Item -Path ($BIOSUpdateRoot + "BIOSUpdate.ps1") -ItemType File
$BIOSSwitches = " -noreboot -nopause "
Add-Content -Path $BIOSUpdateScript ('$CurrentBIOSFile=' + '"' + $($CurrentBIOSFile.name) + '"')
Add-Content -Path $BIOSUpdateScript ('$BIOSSwitches=' + '"' + $($BIOSSwitches) + '"')
Add-Content -Path $BIOSUpdateScript ('Start-Process $CurrentBIOSFile -ArgumentList $BIOSSwitches')
}
else
{
# Check if older BIOS update exists and update BIOSUpdate deployment script
$BIOSFileCount = (Get-ChildItem -Path $BIOSUpdateRoot -Filter *.exe -Recurse).count
if ($BIOSFileCount -gt 1)
{
$OldBIOSFiles = Get-ChildItem -Path $BIOSUpdateRoot -Filter *.exe -Recurse | Where-Object { $_.Name -ne $CurrentBIOSFile.name }

foreach ($OldBIOS in $OldBIOSFiles)
{
(Get-Content -Path $BIOSUpdateScript) -replace $OldBIOS.name, $CurrentBIOSFile.name | Set-Content -Path $BIOSUpdateScript
}
}
}
# Refresh Distribution Points
Get-CMPackage -name $BIOSUpdatePackage | Update-CMDistributionPoint
}

# =================== CREATE DRIVER PACKAGE AND IMPORT DRIVERS ===================

$DriverSourceCab = ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Driver Cab\" + $SCCMDriverCab)
$DriverExtractDest = ($DriverRepositoryRoot + $Model + "\Extracted Drivers")
$DriverPackageDir = ($DriverSourceCab | Split-Path -Leaf)
$DriverPackageDir = $DriverPackageDir.Substring(0, $DriverPackageDir.length - 4)
$DriverCabDest = $DriverPackageRoot + "\Dell\" + $DriverPackageDir

if ($DriverPackCreation -eq $true)
{
if ((Test-Path -Path $DriverExtractDest) -eq $false)
{
New-Item -Type dir -Path $DriverExtractDest
}
else
{
Get-ChildItem -Path $DriverExtractDest -Recurse | Remove-Item -Recurse -Force
}
New-Item -Type dir -Path $DriverCabDest
Set-Location -Path ($SiteCode + ":")
$CMDDriverPackage = "Dell " + $Model + " " + "(" + $DriverPackageDir + ")" + " " + $Architecture
if (Get-CMDriverPackage -Name $CMDDriverPackage)
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Skipping.. Driver package already exists.."
}
else
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating driver package"
Set-Location -Path $env:SystemDrive
Expand "$DriverSourceCab" -F:* "$DriverExtractDest"
$DriverINFFiles = Get-ChildItem -Path $DriverExtractDest -Recurse -Filter "*.inf" | Where-Object { $_.FullName -like "*$Architecture*" }
Set-Location -Path ($SiteCode + ":")
# Get-Location | Out-File -FilePath C:\Location2.txt
New-CMDriverPackage -Name $CMDDriverPackage -path ($DriverPackageRoot + "\Dell\" + $DriverPackageDir + "\" + $OperatingSystem + "\" + $Architecture)
if (Get-CMCategory -CategoryType DriverCategories -name ("Dell " + $Model))
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Yellow "Category already exists"
$DriverCategory = Get-CMCategory -CategoryType DriverCategories -name ("Dell " + $Model)
}
else
{
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Creating category"
$DriverCategory = New-CMCategory -CategoryType DriverCategories -name ("Dell " + $Model)
}
$DriverPackage = Get-CMDriverPackage -Name $CMDDriverPackage
foreach ($DriverINF in $DriverINFFiles)
{
$DriverInfo = Import-CMDriver -UncFileLocation ($DriverINF.FullName) -ImportDuplicateDriverOption AppendCategory -EnableAndAllowInstall $True -AdministrativeCategory $DriverCategory | Select-Object *
Add-CMDriverToDriverPackage -DriverID $DriverInfo.CI_ID -DriverPackageName $CMDDriverPackage
}
}
Set-Location -Path $env:SystemDrive
}

$TotalModelCount = $DellProducts.Count
$RemainingModels = $TotalModelCount
foreach ($Model in $DellProducts)
{
write-progress -activity "Initiate Driver Download &amp;amp;amp; Driver Package Jobs" -status "Progress:" -percentcomplete (($TotalModelCount - $RemainingModels)/$TotalModelCount * 100)
$RemainingModels--
$Check = $false
while ($Check -eq $false)
{
if ((Get-Job -State 'Running').Count -lt $MaxConcurrentJobs)
{
Start-Job -ScriptBlock $RunDownloadJob -ArgumentList $Model, $SiteCode, $PackagePath, $RepositoryPath -Name ($Model + " Download")
$Check = $true
}
}
}
Get-Job | Wait-Job | Receive-Job
Get-Job | Remove-Job
}

# Get SCCM Site Code
$SiteCode = QuerySiteCode ($SiteServer)

Write-Debug $PackagePath
Write-Debug $RepositoryPath

if ($SiteCode -ne $null)
{
# Query Dell Products in SCCM using QueryModels function
$DellProducts = QueryModels ($SiteCode)
# Output the members of the ArrayList
if ($DellProducts.Count -ge 1)
{
foreach ($ModelItem in $DellProducts)
{
$PSObject = [PSCustomObject]@{
"Dell Models Found" = $ModelItem
}
Write-Output $PSObject
Write-Debug $PSObject
}
}
# Start download, extract, import and package process
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Starting download, extract, import and driver package build process.."
StartDownloadAndPackage ($PackagePath) ($RepositoryPath) ($SiteCode) ($DellProducts)
}

Custom PowerShell Reboot GUI

When deploying software via SCCM I thought wouldn’t it be nice if there was greater flexibility regarding system reboot prompts for the end user. Sure you can enable a maintenance window and push your software out during that time, but we have at times been caught where a software push is needed during business hours.

So I came up with this PowerShell script which you can run as part of a task sequence when deploying emergency/unscheduled software installs. The script generates a GUI which provides the end-user with three options;

  1. Restart the computer
  2. Schedule a restart (note in here I have hard-coded this for 6pm)
  3. Cancel the restart

The script also starts a count-down timer to automatically restart the computer after 3 minutes if no user interaction occurs.

customrestart

Example Script Use – SCCM TS

In the below example we are going to create a Package in SCCM which contains the script file, you will also need to include two exe files from MDT which allow you to run the script in interactive mode.

Locate ServiceUI.exe and TSProgressUI.exe (obviously picking the x86 or x64 where applicable) and add these into your package source. You should have something that looks like this ;

rebootfiles

Now add a Run Command Line entry into your TS and use the following command line;

ServiceUI.exe -process:TSProgressUI.exe %SYSTEMROOT%\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\powershell.exe -NoProfile -WindowStyle Hidden -ExecutionPolicy Bypass -File CustomRestart.ps1

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When the Task Sequence is run, you should now have the restart prompt appear;

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Script Source


<#
 .NOTES
 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 Code generated by: SAPIEN Technologies, Inc., PowerShell Studio 2016 v5.2.128
 Generated on: 04/10/2016 10:13
 Generated by: Maurice.Daly
 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 .DESCRIPTION
 Provides an reboot prompt which counts down from 3 minutes and allows the
 end user to schedule or cancel the reboot.
#>

#----------------------------------------------
#region Import Assemblies
#----------------------------------------------
[void][Reflection.Assembly]::Load('System.Windows.Forms, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089')
[void][Reflection.Assembly]::Load('System.Data, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089')
[void][Reflection.Assembly]::Load('System.Drawing, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a')
#endregion Import Assemblies

#Define a Param block to use custom parameters in the project
#Param ($CustomParameter)

function Main {
<#
 .SYNOPSIS
 The Main function starts the project application.

 .PARAMETER Commandline
 $Commandline contains the complete argument string passed to the script packager executable.

 .NOTES
 Use this function to initialize your script and to call GUI forms.

 .NOTES
 To get the console output in the Packager (Forms Engine) use:
 $ConsoleOutput (Type: System.Collections.ArrayList)
#>
 Param ([String]$Commandline)

 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------
 #TODO: Add initialization script here (Load modules and check requirements)

 #--------------------------------------------------------------------------

 if((Call-MainForm_psf) -eq 'OK')
 {

 }

 $global:ExitCode = 0 #Set the exit code for the Packager
}

#endregion Source: Startup.pss

#region Source: MainForm.psf
function Call-MainForm_psf
{

 #----------------------------------------------
 #region Import the Assemblies
 #----------------------------------------------
 [void][reflection.assembly]::Load('System.Windows.Forms, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089')
 [void][reflection.assembly]::Load('System.Data, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089')
 [void][reflection.assembly]::Load('System.Drawing, Version=2.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a')
 #endregion Import Assemblies

 #----------------------------------------------
 #region Generated Form Objects
 #----------------------------------------------
 [System.Windows.Forms.Application]::EnableVisualStyles()
 $MainForm = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Form'
 $panel2 = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Panel'
 $ButtonCancel = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Button'
 $ButtonSchedule = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Button'
 $ButtonRestartNow = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Button'
 $panel1 = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Panel'
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Label'
 $labelSecondsLeftToRestart = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Label'
 $labelTime = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Label'
 $labelInOrderToApplySecuri = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Label'
 $timerUpdate = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.Timer'
 $InitialFormWindowState = New-Object 'System.Windows.Forms.FormWindowState'
 #endregion Generated Form Objects

 #----------------------------------------------
 # User Generated Script
 #----------------------------------------------
 $TotalTime = 180 #in seconds

 $MainForm_Load={
 #TODO: Initialize Form Controls here
 $labelTime.Text = "{0:D2}" -f $TotalTime #$TotalTime
 #Add TotalTime to current time
 $script:StartTime = (Get-Date).AddSeconds($TotalTime)
 #Start the timer
 $timerUpdate.Start()
 }

 $timerUpdate_Tick={
 # Define countdown timer
 [TimeSpan]$span = $script:StartTime - (Get-Date)
 #Update the display
 $labelTime.Text = "{0:N0}" -f $span.TotalSeconds
 $timerUpdate.Start()
 if ($span.TotalSeconds -le 0)
 {
 $timerUpdate.Stop()
 Restart-Computer -Force
 }

 }

 $ButtonRestartNow_Click = {
 # Restart the computer immediately
 Restart-Computer -Force
 }

 $ButtonSchedule_Click={
 # Schedule restart for 6pm
 (schtasks /create /sc once /tn "Post Maintenance Restart" /tr "shutdown - r -f ""restart""" /st 18:00 /f)
 $MainForm.Close()
 }

 $ButtonCancel_Click={
 #TODO: Place custom script here
 $MainForm.Close()
 }

 $labelITSystemsMaintenance_Click={
 #TODO: Place custom script here

 }

 $panel2_Paint=[System.Windows.Forms.PaintEventHandler]{
 #Event Argument: $_ = [System.Windows.Forms.PaintEventArgs]
 #TODO: Place custom script here

 }

 $labelTime_Click={
 #TODO: Place custom script here

 }
 # --End User Generated Script--
 #----------------------------------------------
 #region Generated Events
 #----------------------------------------------

 $Form_StateCorrection_Load=
 {
 #Correct the initial state of the form to prevent the .Net maximized form issue
 $MainForm.WindowState = $InitialFormWindowState
 }

 $Form_StoreValues_Closing=
 {
 #Store the control values
 }

 $Form_Cleanup_FormClosed=
 {
 #Remove all event handlers from the controls
 try
 {
 $ButtonCancel.remove_Click($buttonCancel_Click)
 $ButtonSchedule.remove_Click($ButtonSchedule_Click)
 $ButtonRestartNow.remove_Click($ButtonRestartNow_Click)
 $panel2.remove_Paint($panel2_Paint)
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance.remove_Click($labelITSystemsMaintenance_Click)
 $labelTime.remove_Click($labelTime_Click)
 $MainForm.remove_Load($MainForm_Load)
 $timerUpdate.remove_Tick($timerUpdate_Tick)
 $MainForm.remove_Load($Form_StateCorrection_Load)
 $MainForm.remove_Closing($Form_StoreValues_Closing)
 $MainForm.remove_FormClosed($Form_Cleanup_FormClosed)
 }
 catch [Exception]
 { }
 }
 #endregion Generated Events

 #----------------------------------------------
 #region Generated Form Code
 #----------------------------------------------
 $MainForm.SuspendLayout()
 $panel2.SuspendLayout()
 $panel1.SuspendLayout()
 #
 # MainForm
 #
 $MainForm.Controls.Add($panel2)
 $MainForm.Controls.Add($panel1)
 $MainForm.Controls.Add($labelSecondsLeftToRestart)
 $MainForm.Controls.Add($labelTime)
 $MainForm.Controls.Add($labelInOrderToApplySecuri)
 $MainForm.AutoScaleDimensions = '6, 13'
 $MainForm.AutoScaleMode = 'Font'
 $MainForm.BackColor = 'White'
 $MainForm.ClientSize = '373, 279'
 $MainForm.MaximizeBox = $False
 $MainForm.MinimizeBox = $False
 $MainForm.Name = 'MainForm'
 $MainForm.ShowIcon = $False
 $MainForm.ShowInTaskbar = $False
 $MainForm.StartPosition = 'CenterScreen'
 $MainForm.Text = 'Systems Maintenance'
 $MainForm.TopMost = $True
 $MainForm.add_Load($MainForm_Load)
 #
 # panel2
 #
 $panel2.Controls.Add($ButtonCancel)
 $panel2.Controls.Add($ButtonSchedule)
 $panel2.Controls.Add($ButtonRestartNow)
 $panel2.BackColor = 'ScrollBar'
 $panel2.Location = '0, 205'
 $panel2.Name = 'panel2'
 $panel2.Size = '378, 80'
 $panel2.TabIndex = 9
 $panel2.add_Paint($panel2_Paint)
 #
 # ButtonCancel
 #
 $ButtonCancel.Location = '250, 17'
 $ButtonCancel.Name = 'ButtonCancel'
 $ButtonCancel.Size = '77, 45'
 $ButtonCancel.TabIndex = 7
 $ButtonCancel.Text = 'Cancel'
 $ButtonCancel.UseVisualStyleBackColor = $True
 $ButtonCancel.add_Click($buttonCancel_Click)
 #
 # ButtonSchedule
 #
 $ButtonSchedule.Font = 'Microsoft Sans Serif, 8.25pt, style=Bold'
 $ButtonSchedule.Location = '139, 17'
 $ButtonSchedule.Name = 'ButtonSchedule'
 $ButtonSchedule.Size = '105, 45'
 $ButtonSchedule.TabIndex = 6
 $ButtonSchedule.Text = 'Schedule - 6pm'
 $ButtonSchedule.UseVisualStyleBackColor = $True
 $ButtonSchedule.add_Click($ButtonSchedule_Click)
 #
 # ButtonRestartNow
 #
 $ButtonRestartNow.Font = 'Microsoft Sans Serif, 8.25pt, style=Bold'
 $ButtonRestartNow.ForeColor = 'DarkRed'
 $ButtonRestartNow.Location = '42, 17'
 $ButtonRestartNow.Name = 'ButtonRestartNow'
 $ButtonRestartNow.Size = '91, 45'
 $ButtonRestartNow.TabIndex = 0
 $ButtonRestartNow.Text = 'Restart Now'
 $ButtonRestartNow.UseVisualStyleBackColor = $True
 $ButtonRestartNow.add_Click($ButtonRestartNow_Click)
 #
 # panel1
 #
 $panel1.Controls.Add($labelITSystemsMaintenance)
 $panel1.BackColor = '0, 114, 198'
 $panel1.Location = '0, 0'
 $panel1.Name = 'panel1'
 $panel1.Size = '375, 67'
 $panel1.TabIndex = 8
 #
 # labelITSystemsMaintenance
 #
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance.Font = 'Microsoft Sans Serif, 14.25pt'
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance.ForeColor = 'White'
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance.Location = '11, 18'
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance.Name = 'labelITSystemsMaintenance'
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance.Size = '269, 23'
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance.TabIndex = 1
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance.Text = 'IT Systems Maintenance'
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance.TextAlign = 'MiddleLeft'
 $labelITSystemsMaintenance.add_Click($labelITSystemsMaintenance_Click)
 #
 # labelSecondsLeftToRestart
 #
 $labelSecondsLeftToRestart.AutoSize = $True
 $labelSecondsLeftToRestart.Font = 'Microsoft Sans Serif, 9pt, style=Bold'
 $labelSecondsLeftToRestart.Location = '87, 176'
 $labelSecondsLeftToRestart.Name = 'labelSecondsLeftToRestart'
 $labelSecondsLeftToRestart.Size = '155, 15'
 $labelSecondsLeftToRestart.TabIndex = 5
 $labelSecondsLeftToRestart.Text = 'Seconds left to restart :'
 #
 # labelTime
 #
 $labelTime.AutoSize = $True
 $labelTime.Font = 'Microsoft Sans Serif, 9pt, style=Bold'
 $labelTime.ForeColor = '192, 0, 0'
 $labelTime.Location = '237, 176'
 $labelTime.Name = 'labelTime'
 $labelTime.Size = '43, 15'
 $labelTime.TabIndex = 3
 $labelTime.Text = '00:60'
 $labelTime.TextAlign = 'MiddleCenter'
 $labelTime.add_Click($labelTime_Click)
 #
 # labelInOrderToApplySecuri
 #
 $labelInOrderToApplySecuri.Font = 'Microsoft Sans Serif, 9pt'
 $labelInOrderToApplySecuri.Location = '12, 84'
 $labelInOrderToApplySecuri.Name = 'labelInOrderToApplySecuri'
 $labelInOrderToApplySecuri.Size = '350, 83'
 $labelInOrderToApplySecuri.TabIndex = 2
 $labelInOrderToApplySecuri.Text = 'In order to apply security patches and updates for your system, your machine must be restarted. 

If you do not wish to restart you computer at this time please click on the cancel button below.'
 #
 # timerUpdate
 #
 $timerUpdate.add_Tick($timerUpdate_Tick)
 $panel1.ResumeLayout()
 $panel2.ResumeLayout()
 $MainForm.ResumeLayout()
 #endregion Generated Form Code

 #----------------------------------------------

 #Save the initial state of the form
 $InitialFormWindowState = $MainForm.WindowState
 #Init the OnLoad event to correct the initial state of the form
 $MainForm.add_Load($Form_StateCorrection_Load)
 #Clean up the control events
 $MainForm.add_FormClosed($Form_Cleanup_FormClosed)
 #Store the control values when form is closing
 $MainForm.add_Closing($Form_StoreValues_Closing)
 #Show the Form
 return $MainForm.ShowDialog()

}
#endregion Source: MainForm.psf

#Start the application
Main ($CommandLine)

Download Link
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https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/scriptcenter/Custom-PowerShell-GUI-7c7fbda8