How to Add “Deployment Duration” to the MDT Litetouch’s Final Summary Page

By | March 19, 2017

1. Add a step in Task Sequence to create a “.tag” file named after the OsdComputerName, which will be later used to determine the deployment duration. Command Line: cmd /c echo. > “Z:\Logs\%OsdComputerName%.tag” 2. Add a Task Sequence step to sync time with Deployment Server during the State Restore phase. Command Line: cmd /c net time \\192.168.56.1… Read More »

MY ZTIDefaultAssociations.wsf MDT Script for Force Applying File Associations in Windows 10

By | March 4, 2017

GitHub Link: https://github.com/brianfgonzalez/Scripts/blob/master/ZTIDefaultAssociations.wsf

GitHub Link: https://github.com/brianfgonzalez/Scripts/blob/master/OEMDefaultAssociations.xml

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My ZTIStartLayoutConfig.wsf for applying a Windows 10 start layout and taskbar setup with MDT/SCCM.

By | March 4, 2017

Note: You must copy your desired LNK files over to the AllUsersProfiles before adding them to the start layout or taskbar. GitHub link: https://github.com/brianfgonzalez/Scripts/blob/master/ZTIStartLayoutConfig.wsf

And here is an example StartLayout.xml: GitHub Link: https://github.com/brianfgonzalez/Scripts/blob/master/StartLayout.xml

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Downgrading Panasonic Toughbook / Toughpad units from Tpm 2.0 to 1.2 to support Windows 7 Deployments

By | February 24, 2017

1st You must query out Panasonic equipment and machines with Tpm 2.0 set. WMI namespace: root\CIMV2\Security\MicrosoftTpm WQL query: SELECT * FROM Win32_Tpm WHERE NOT SpecVersion LIKE “1.2”   2nd You MUST ensure that AC is connected, otherwise the Tpm downgrade will fail. Here is a script I made that tosses a prompt if off AC… Read More »

Environment Variables set during the “Update Media” processing of MDT

By | January 25, 2017

At the end of running “Update Media” for the 1st run or on any run with the “-force” argument passed, an update script can be called via the “LitetouchPE.xml” file. Here are the dynamic vars exposed that can be called via a custom script. ADKPath | C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10\Assessment and Deployment Kit CONTENT |… Read More »