First time poster
I'm working for a company rolling out a new installation of SCCM 2012 R2. The company is a large college and I have been tasked with helping them image new and existing client machines. Currently they are using GPSI to install software based on the clients OU location in AD. The software packages are assigned to OUs which relate to the physical location in the college eg:
OU is B103 (B103 is a class room studying business)
GPSI is assigned to B103 OU to install the business applications
My goal is to remove all GPSIs and perform all software installs via SCCM. This is where I'm getting stuck. During the task sequence I need to query AD and report back the OU structure so the technician can assign the client to the OU. I need a variable passing back to the task sequence so I can install the correct software packages.
My thinking is this can all be done through Pretty Good FrontEnd clone, but I do not know if it works well with MDT 2013. I've gone ahead and installed it. I've added in the extra files to the MDT boot image, but 1. it doesn't run automatically, and 2. I can an error when manually running wscript frontend.wsf
The IIS part seems ok as I can query AD fine so I am assuming there is something wrong with the script or boot image?
The actual error being reported is:
Object required: 'oEnvironment'
This is when it's launching the HTA file. I've done a little troubleshooting by manually running all the scripts with cscript to see what's going on and there is a reference to not being able to find a Microsoft bdd utility file (something to do with Active X). That would be a red herring perhaps?
Just wondering if anyone could offer me a little help, as without this script I am really going to struggle. The last resort is to create a basic vbscript to ask the technician to enter the room number, but if they get it wrong (ie, it doesn't match the OU) then the task sequence is going to fail.
Thanks very much!!!!!
<message edited by glen8 on Wednesday, November 20, 2013 9:01 AM>