I came across a situation the other day that on a Windows Server 2008 R2 box, when I created a Scheduled Task to run a Powershell script, it runs OK using “C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Powershell.exe” (64 bit PowerShell) but fails with error code (0x1) if I use “C:\Windows\SysWOW64\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Powershell.exe” (32 bit Powershell) I have done the following steps to help me troubleshoot the issue. 1. I have changed the scheduled task to “Run only when user is logged on” so a command prompt was shown when the task runs. I screen captured the output: It looks like the PowerShell Execution Policy is preventing the
You can run the following on the site server to find out the servers holding each SCCM role: $SMSProvider = get-wmiobject sms_providerlocation -namespace root\sms -filter “ProviderForLocalSite = True” $SiteCode = $SMSProvider.SiteCode $ProviderMachine = $SMSProvider.Machine get-wmiobject -Class SMS_SystemResourceList -NameSpace root\sms\site_$SiteCode -Computername $ProviderMachine | format-list RoleName,ServerRemoteName,SiteCode
I haven’t been able to blog lately. I have started my new job as a SCCM specialist. I know this blog is mainly focusing SCCM, SCOM and Powershell and so far I have not posted anything SCCM related. So hopefully I will start posting more SCCM related topics.