Customizable OSD PowerShell Web Service

Using web services for OSD is a great way to allow your task sequence to request changes to your ConfigMgr or Active Directory environment even if your devices are running from WinPE.  The problem with building web  services for many IT administrators is that they either need to find a web service online that has all of the functionality that they need, or they need to learn a web development framework to build their own.  I wrote the PowerShell Web Service to help bridge the gap – it allows you to customize all of the available web calls by writing new PowerShell scripts or editing the out of box samples. Continue reading “Customizable OSD PowerShell Web Service”

1610 Legacy to UEFI Conversion

With the release of ConfigMgr 1610 came the ability to transition from MBR (legacy) to UEFI in a single task sequence.  This is an awesome feature and it is outlined nicely here.  And, it works great. 🙂

1-CM16-10UEFI

Let’s dig into each of these steps:

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