Author name: Michael

OSDCloudGUI with ConfigMgr: Override Defaults

In a previous post I demonstrated how you can set Defaults for OSDCloudGUI But what if you want to set a Default for a Variable that isn’t available within the $Global:OSDCloudGUI variable to be set? Use Case While troubleshooting why OSDCloud was not working when being executed from my ConfigMgr task sequence, @gwblok suggested to […]

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AutopilotOOBE with ConfigMgr: Setting Defaults

So last time we added a CMD file to our Task Sequence to launch AutopilotOOBE. By default you will get the below layout when running AutopilotOOBE. Now lets customize this GUI a bit with some default values and actions. Additional Information Again this is straight from the documentation of AutopilotOOBE. AutopilotOOBE Configuration Json A configuration

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Register Autopilot Devices: AutopilotOOBE

In a previous post I wrote about how to Register Autopilot Devices using the Get-WindowsAutoPilotInfo script: But, typing out all the powershell commands, GroupTags, and Machine names takes time. The other issue is the possibility of typing errors. So what if we had a GUI that we could configure settings for, that utilizes the Get-WindowsAutoPilotInfo

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ConfigMgr: Adding HP Windows PE drivers to your Boot Image

If you manage HP devices with Configuration Manager, then you will most definitely need some drivers in your Boot Image for those devices. HP like some other manufactures, makes a package that should contain just about all the necessary drivers you need for all currently supported models. Download the current softpaq This package works with

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Register Autopilot Devices: Get-WindowsAutoPilotInfo

I’ve been working on rewiring my brain to understand how I go from Configuration Manager OSD, to the ‘pure cloud’ model of Autopilot and Intune. So lets get some devices into Autopilot using the ‘Get-WindowsAutoPilotInfo’ where I first came aware of from Michael Niehaus blog. More Information: Assumptions: We’ll start from the OOBE of newly

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