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SCCM 2012 – Get-DPSize

hi All, one of the main problems design a SCCM solution is always disk space. The main reason for this is “files are all over the place”… Martyn Coup did a great job creating a DPSizer and i’ve been using this… However, in the past few weeks, i’ve been doing a design for a organization that did not allow me to run the .exe on their servers and because this, i had to create a powershell script. This script search for the path’s you specified and will check every file for it MD5 hash and at the end it will show you how much disk space is needed. Because I’m checking the hash, the disk space needed for DP may not be the actual disk space needed for the source, this is because SCCM 2012 uses a single storage instance for files called content library Anyway..the script is bellow

SCCM 2012 R2 HealthCheck toolkit – Pre-beta version

Hi All, As Christmas is approaching, what best to receive presents, istn’t it? Thinking on all of you that supported us during the year, we are releasing a “pre-beta” version of the SCCM 2012 R2 HealthCheck toolkit (you can download it form here). This release has lots of changes from its predecessor (the SCCM 2007 HealthCheck toolkit). As it is still in “pre-beta” stage, we only tested it remotely from a w7/w8.1 machines against a single primary site (cm12 sp1 cu3 and another cm12 r2) with admin rights to the CM12 box without any problem (we haven’t run it locally on the server) Anyway, how to use it: 1-      CollectData.ps1 (This script will collect information from a CM12/R2 Infrastructure). Open the powershell (64 bits) and run with an account that has admin rights on the cm boxes as it will connect remotely to registry, wmi, etc. CollectData.ps1 -smsprovider servername (ie. CollectData.ps1…