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PowerShell Scripting with SCCM

Until now, I’ve done my SCCM patching with the NO REBOOT option set and servers were rebooted manually.  Because of this, we were getting further and further behind due to servers requiring multiple reboots each month.  In order to resolve this, we decided to go about using the Auto-Reboot option in SCCM and letting SCCM reboot however many times is necessary.  But in order to do this, we had to change the way we patch so that servers were rebooted

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The Pending Reboot Nightmare… PowerShell to the Rescue!

My company has been having issues dealing with servers in a pending reboot state for quite a while.  Part of it stems from using SCCM to deploy patches and having the patch deployment set to suppress the reboot and our Operations Team reboots the servers manually.  Well, some months require multiple reboots and we get stuck in the rabbit hole trying to get caught up by the next month’s round of patching! I found a PowerShell Module that I’ve found

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