The Microsoft Configuration Manager Cmdlet Library 1604 Update (build 1189) has been refreshed


Just a quick note to let know that we have refreshed the 1604 release of the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager Cmdlet Library previously announced here. This release replaces the previous 1604 release (build 1182) and applies to the following System Center Configuration Manager releases:

  • System Center 2012 Configuration Manager R2 SP1
  • System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP2
  • System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch

Fixes in this release

  • Add/Set-CMGooglePlayDeploymentType and Add/SetCMIosDeploymentType not adding MAM details on Configuration Manager current branch v1511 and above
  • Add/Set-CMMsiDeploymentType not having option to configure InstallationBehaviorType
  • Add-CMCollectionToAdministrativeUser UserId parameter not recognized
  • Get/New/Remove/Set-CMDeviceVariable not working with pipelined objects
  • Move-CMObject and New/Set-CMSoftwareUpdateAutoDeploymentRule fixes
  • New-CMWindowsServicingPlan unable to set AvailableTime or SuccessPercentage
  • Remove-CMAutoDeploymentRuleDeployment missing Force parameter
  • Remove-CMIntuneSubscription not working
  • Set-CMConditionalAccessPolicy not recognizing Add/RemoveExcludedCollectionName/Id
  • Set-CMIntuneSubscriptionAppleMdmProperty and Set-CMIntuneSubscriptionWindowsPhoneProperty NullReferenceException failures

For more information including the release notes and a download link, please see the following:

System Center Configuration Manager Cmdlet Library


J.C. Hornbeck, Solution Asset PM
Microsoft Enterprise Cloud Group


Comments (1)
  1. Alex Church says:

    Will an updated release be made to include the changes that were released in 1606 and 1610?

    1. Hi Alex

      The Cmdlet Library for 1606 and 1610 is shipped with the ConfigMgr current branch releases and installed with the console. The documentation for it is here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/sccm/configurationmanager/. You’ll find the list of cmdlets under vlatest in the left nav.

      Regards

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