Function to create logs that CMTrace can read

New-LogEntry

I like to log things when I code, especially while debugging. I also like how I can watch logs real time with CMTrace, so I wrote a function that writes out the log entries in a format CMTrace can read. To use it, at the beginning of the script you are writing, these are the parameters to add for logging.

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Freeing up some space on our DP’s

We were running low on disk space on our DP’s and I noticed we had a lot of packages with the “Copy the content in this package to a package share on distribution points” check box checked on packages that didn’t need it. This, as you probably know, causes the package to have 2 copies on each DP. The only time we needed this checked was on a package that was either referenced by a task sequence or had a deployment that ran from DP. So, I wrote a script that will fix this, based on the switches you use.

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Client Update Package stuck In Progress deploying content to DP’s

I was checking the We had a package that was stuck “In Progress” distributing content to a couple of our DP’s. It was the Client Upgrade Package.

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Viewing specific site systems in ConfigMGR Console

SCCM Right Click Severs

Have you ever wanted to see just your Management points in the ConfigMGR Console?

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Viewing specific site systems in ConfigMGR Console

SCCM Right Click Severs

Have you ever wanted to see just your Management points in the ConfigMGR Console?

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What does the “Opening store for Action {00..NN}” mean?

When looking at the the inventoryagent.log on my clients, I would see the line:
Inventory: Opening store for action {00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001} ...

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