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Create your own set of rightclick tools for SCCM


This guide will show you how you can extend the SCCM Tools avavable from here: http://myitforum.com/cs2/blogs/rhouchins/0424ConfigMgrTools.zip


If you don´t have this toolkit installed. Download it and install it before continuing.


This is how they look by default:



The actions with this package are not stored within the regestry anymore. Instead they are stored in xml files instead.

These are located on this path: <SCCM Console install directory>\AdminUI\XmlStorage\Extensions\Actions\7ba8bf44-2344-4035-bdb4-16630291dcf6\



Begin with backing up all of these xml files to a diffrent location. just in case you ever wan´t to go back to the originals.


Now lets say we wan´t to add a custom action below the client actions node:



Then open Client Actions.xml with notepad



Scroll to the bottom of the script an input a new "chunk" of code. You can just code one of the above chunks and then edit.


As you can see i have pasted in a new chunk of code (marked in blue) and edited the name.


This will give me another option for evaluating the user policy...




But i could also customize this to work with other scripts to make my custom action do something else..

To do this just edit the <FilePath> and <Parameters> values.


If you need to edit any of the other categories just open the xml file for this category (all stored within "<SCCM Console install directory>\AdminUI\XmlStorage\Extensions\Actions\7ba8bf44-2344-4035-bdb4-16630291dcf6")


Enjoy! B)

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