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  1. Installing this hotfix has been a bit problematic. All appears to go well until reaching the "Install Files" section. At that point, it fails and says to check the CMUpdate.log for details. I'll post the contents of the log file. So far, I've redownloaded and reinstalled the hotfix, disabled all antivirus applications on the server, and confirmed SQL permissions were correct. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. CMUpdate.txt
  2. I also tried the following and received the same error mentioned above in my task sequence: $var = New-Object -ComObject Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment [regex]$pattern = "-" $OSDComputerName = $var.Value("OSDComputerName") $var.Value("OSDComputerName") = ($pattern.replace($var.Value("OSDComputerName"), "", 1)).Replace("TW7", "TW10").Replace("LW7", "LW10")
  3. It appears to work manually, but fails in the task sequence.
  4. Definitely running the script as bypass in the task sequence. I'll try the manual steps tomorrow at work. Thx!
  5. Gave it a shot and the task sequence failed at powershell script step with error code 0xFFFD0000. Do I need to set the OSDComputerName variable like before? $OSDComputerName = $var.Value("OSDComputerName")
  6. Tregelen, It's me again! The script you provided above works great! Just one last step. How can I remove the first dash from TW7NSDA-002-0000? Again, many thanks!
  7. Tregelen, If I wanted to add an additional line in the script to reflect laptops, could I just add the line at the end to look like this $var = New-Object -ComObject Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment $OSDComputerName = $var.Value("OSDComputerName") $var.Value("OSDComputerName") = ($OSDComputerName).Replace("TW7", "TW10") $var.Value("OSDComputerName") = ($OSDComputerName).Replace("LW7", "LW10") Or would I need to add and elseif statement? I would think that it would ignore line 3, if nothing matches with what the script is looking for....
  8. Man, you guys are "da truth"!! Script worked like a charm! Many thanks! I'll definitely be keeping that one.
  9. Thanks for your responses. My PowerShell skills are terrible at the moment, but I'm working on it...I'll give it a shot and follow up. Thanks again!
  10. Tregelen, did you ever get a chance to test it? I tested the script before adding it to my task sequence and it came back with errors.
  11. Currently running SCCM 1511 with MDT 2013 integrated. We are looking to refresh all machines (desktops and laptops) from Win 7 to Win 10. My MDT Task Sequence works well, but I'm looking for a way to change the first 3 characters of the computer names. We have a standard naming convention, Example: current name looks like TW7NSDA-002-0000. The TW7 reflects Win 7. Is there a simple script I can implement in the Task Sequence to change TW7 to TW10 so the new computer name would reflect TW10NSDA-002-0000? Thanks!
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