Wednesday, March 9, 2011

SCCM Web Admin Project

I mentioned this earlier and I have an update to share.  I've been working on several projects that involve SCCM 2007 automation, using scripts, web apps, SQL tasks and so on.  I extrapolated a somewhat generic approach to see if it could be of use to anyone else.

The ASP project files are contained in a .ZIP file.  It's self-contained with all the necessary stuff and in the correct folder structure.  There's a __README.txt file inside the .ZIP that you should read for help with pre-requisites, setup, known issues and so on.  I'm curious to see if anyone finds this useful.  I don't have any plans to sell it, so it will likely be an open source project per se.

Everything you need to configure is found within the "_settings.asp" file, and needs to be edited to suit your test environment.  Use Notepad or some sort of ASCII text editor to update that file.  Do not ever use Microsoft Word or anything like that. Please.

Download it Here

There is no warranty provided.  No support provided either.  I assume no liability for any damages or loss of data or productivity for any direct or indirect use of this application.  USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.  If you have questions you can e-mail me at the address provided inside the project documents.

I have tested it on Windows Server 2003, 2008, and 2008 R2 with SQL Server 2005, 2008, and with System Center Configuration Manager 2007 SP2.  I have not tested it with SCCM 2007 R2, nor have I tested with the pre-release versions of SCCM 2012.

If this turns into something with legs, I may post more documentation and breath more life into it with additional features and capabilities.  I do not have any plans at this time to port the code to ASP.NET or PHP or anything else.  I'm just seeing if it's of any use to anyone else before I decide whether to keep it on life support or pull the plug.

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