DCM is a very useful feature inside Configuration Manager which can search for settings and features and determine what state they’re in. If they’re not in a desired state, it can be set to either remediate the problem or report on it. This library lists the DCM scripts that I’ve used on the Windows and Mac computers at work with an explanation as to the problem that they’re trying to solve and what they do to resolve it.
- DCM Scripts – Checking Windows Activation Status
- DCM Script – Detect Office Activation Status on Windows 7 and Activate if Unactivated
- DCM Script – Detect if a Mac is a Member of the Domain and Join If Not
- DCM Script – Detect and disable Intel Graphics Card Service
- DCM Script – Disable On-Board Sound Card if USB Device is Attached
There are also other small scripts that I have written which aren’t related to DCM but still may be useful to someone somewhere.
- SCOM – SQL Management Pack Configuration
- Controlling Dual Monitor Modes via the Command Line
- Automating SCVMM Patching
If you have a script, DCM or otherwise, that you would like to share with me, please feel free to get in touch using my contact form.
Use of these scripts is entirely at your own risk. If they break something of yours, I’m not responsible.