Posts Tagged "Hydration Kit"

Use PowerShell to create ou’s in Active Directory

Just a quick follow up to my last post on creating users with PowerShell. If you find yourself in the need of creating a basic ou structure in Active Directory you can of course do this with PowerShell as well. Below is a quick sample that we use in our...

Hydration Kit for Configuration Manager 2012 R2 Preview using Windows Server 2012 R2 Preview and SQL 2014 CTP1

/ One of my most popular things on this site is my Hydration Kit to install System Center products. I’ve completed yet a new version, this time I only support the Preview version of Configuration Manager 2012 R2 as well as SQL Server 2014 CTP1. And Windows Server 2012 R2...

New Hydration Kit in the works–monitor the test run with Mobile MDT Deployment Monitor

A good Saturday always has a portion of time over for some scripting. At least if you ask me. Currently I’m working on a new version of my Hydration Kit. By looking at the picture I bet you can guess what new feature I’m working to get in place. While...

System Center 2012 SP1 SCCM, SCOM, SCSM, Orchestrator and Exchange Hydration Kit

I have the very happy news that the next version of Infoworks.TV Hydration Kit is done. This time it is with the RTM version of System Center 2012 SP1 products SCCM, SCOM, SCSM and Orchestrator. And if that wasn’t enough… Exchange 2013 is also included! But any product you don’t...

System Center 2012 SP1 Beta 1 SCCM, SCOM, SCSM and Orchestrator Hydration Kit

I’ve completed a new version of my Hydration Kit for System Center 2012. This time it’s built upon the 2012 SP1 Beta 1 release and includes not only Operations Manager (SCOM/OpsMgr), Service Manager (SCOM/SvcMgr) and Orchestrator (SCO/Orch) but it also includes Configuration Manager (SCCM/CfgMgr). For the next release I hope...

System Center 2012 SP1 CTP2 OpsMgr, SvcMgr and Orchestrator Hydration Kit

Some time ago I got inspiration to create a Hydration Kit (thanks to my college Johan Arwidmark at Deployment Research). However not for ConfigMgr as he did but rather the whole System Center 2012 suite. I know the System Center Universal Installer does exist but it leaves some… whishes… unanswered...