Changer le nom ordinateur media autonome sccm

Create 26th décembre 2016 (updated 26th décembre 2016)

Changer le nom de l’ordinateur dans un media autonome avec SCCM 2012

 

 

Ajout de la variable OSDComputername dans un media de séquence de tâche SCCM 2012

Changer le nom ordinateur media autonome SCCM 2012

Ajout de la variable OSDComputername pour entrer le nom de l’ordinateur sur un media autonome.

Déploiement

Cela permet de changer la valeur de la variable lors du déploiement, ce qui correspondra au nom de l’ordinateur.

Création du média

Depuis la console SCCM, on va créer un nouveau media de séquence de tâche

Sélectionnez “Media Autonome”

Dans l’exemple, sélectionnez un media ISO (qui l’on pourra mettre ensuite sur un media USB)

Sélectionnez (si besoin) un mot de passe

Sélectionnez la séquence de tâche à inclure sur le media USB

Sélectionnez un point de distribution ou se trouve les packages

Ajouter la variable OSDComputername dans la personnalisation

Puis validez, la création de l’ISO commence

Voici les variables possibles dans une TS

Ressource : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb632442.aspx

Built-in Variable Name Description
_SMSTSAdvertID Stores the current running task sequence advertisement ID. It uses the same format as a Configuration Manager 2007 software distribution advertisement ID. If the task sequence is running from stand-alone media, this variable is undefined.Example:

ABC20001

 

_SMSTSBootImageID Stores the Configuration Manager 2007 boot image package ID if a boot image package is associated with the current running task sequence. The variable will not be set if no Configuration Manager 2007 boot image package is associated.Example:

ABC00001

_SMSTSClientGUID Stores the value of Configuration Manager 2007 client GUID. This variable is not set if the task sequence is running from stand-alone media.Example:

0a1a9a4b-fc56-44f6-b7cd-c3f8ee37c04c

_SMSTSCurrentActionName Specifies the name of the currently running task sequence step. This variable will be set before the task sequence manager runs each individual step.Example:

run command line

_SMSTSDownloadOnDemand Set to true if the current task sequence is running in download-on-demand mode, which means the task sequence manager downloads content locally only when it must  access the content.
_SMSTSInWinPE This variable is set to true when the current task sequence step is running in the Windows PE environment, and it is set to false if not. You can test this task sequence variable to determine the current operating system environment.
_SMSTSLastActionRetCode Stores the return code returned by the last action that was run.Example:

0

_SMSTSLastActionSucceeded The variable is set to true if the last action succeeded and to false if the last action failed. If the last action was skipped because the step was disabled or the associated condition evaluated to false, this variable is not reset, which means it still holds the value for the previous action.
_SMSTSLaunchMode Specifies the task sequence launch method. The task sequence can have the following values:

  • SMS – specifies that the task sequence is started by using the Configuration Manager 2007 client.
  • UFD – specifies that the task sequence is started by using USB media.
  • CD – specifies that the task sequence is started by using CD/DVD sets.
  • PXE – specifies that the task sequence is started from PXE.
_SMSTSLogPath Stores the full path of the log directory. This can be used to determine where actions should be logged. This value is not set when no hard drive is available.
_SMSTSMachineName Stores and specifies the computer name. Stores the name of the computer that the task sequence will use to log all status messages. To change the computer name in the new operating system, use the OSDComputerName variable.Example:

ABC

_SMSTSMediaType Specifies the type of media that will be used to initiate the installation. Examples of types of media are Boot Media, Full Media, PXE, and Prestaged Media.
_SMSTSMP Stores the name or IP address of a Configuration Manager 2007 management point.
_SMSTSMPPort Stores the management point port number of a Configuration Manager 2007 management point.Example:

80

_SMSTSOrgName Stores the branding title name, which will be displayed in a task sequence progress user interface dialog box.Example:

XYZ Organization

_SMSTSPackageID Stores the current running task sequence ID. This ID uses the same format as a Configuration Manager 2007 software package ID.Example:

HJT00001

 

_SMSTSPackageName Stores the current running task sequence name specified by the Configuration Manager 2007 administrator when the task sequence is created.Example:

Deploy xpsp2 task sequence

_SMSTSRunFromDP Set to true if the current task sequence is running in run-from-distribution-point mode, which means the task sequence manager obtains required packages from distribution point shares.
_SMSTSSiteCode Stores the site code of the Configuration Manager 2007 site.Example:

ABC

_SMSTSType Specifies the type of the current running task sequence. It can have the following values:1 – indicates a generic task sequence.

2 – indicates an operating system deployment task sequence.

_SMSTSTimezone The _SMSTSTimezone variable stores the time zone information in the following format (without spaces):Bias, StandardBias, DaylightBias, StandardDate.wYear, wMonth, wDayOfWeek, wDay, wHour, wMinute, wSecond, wMilliseconds, DaylightDate.wYear, wMonth, wDayOfWeek, wDay, wHour, wMinute, wSecond, wMilliseconds, StandardName, DaylightName

Example

For the Eastern Time U.S. and Canada, the value would be 300,0,-60,0,11,0,1,2,0,0,0,0,3,0,2,2,0,0,0,Eastern Standard Time,Eastern Daylight Time

_SMSTSUseCRL Specifies whether the task sequence uses the certificate revocation list when it uses a Secure Socket Layer (SSL) certificate to communicate with the management point.
_SMSTSUserStarted Specifies whether a task sequence is started by a user. This variable will only be set if the task sequence is started from the Configuration Manager 2007 client. For example, if _SMSTSLaunchMode is set to SMS. The variable can have the following values:

  • true – specifies that the task sequence is manually started by a user from the client Run Advertised Programs program.
  • false – specifies that the task sequence is initiated automatically by the Configuration Manager 2007 scheduler.
_SMSTSUseSSL Specifies whether the task sequence uses SSL to communicate with the Configuration Manager 2007 management point. If your site is running in native mode, the value is set to true.
SMSTSErrorDialogTimeout When an error occurs in a task sequence, a dialog box is displayed that is dismissed automatically after a default time-out value. Use this variable to specify a time-out value in seconds other than the default of 15 minutes.
SMSTSRebootDelay Specifies how many seconds to wait before the computer restarts. The task sequence manager will display a notification dialog before reboot if this variable is not set to 0.Examples:

0

30

SMSTSRebootMessage Specifies the message to display in the shutdown dialog box when a reboot is requested. If this variable is not set, a default message will appear.Example:

This computer is being rebooted by the task sequence manager.

SMSTSRebootRequested Indicates that a reboot is requested after the current task sequence step is completed. If a reboot is required, just set this variable to true, and the task sequence manager will restart the computer after this task sequence step. The task sequence step must set this task sequence variable if it requires a reboot to complete the task sequence step. After the computer is rebooted, the task sequence will continue to run from the next task sequence step.
SMSTSLocalDataDrive Specifies where temporary files are stored on the destination computer while the task sequence is running.
SMSTSRetryRequested Requests a retry after the current task sequence step is completed. If this task sequence variable is set, the SMSTSRebootRequested must also be set to true. After the computer is restarted, the task sequence manager will rerun the same task sequence step.

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