In order to speed up the installation phase of a ConfigMgr 2012 environment, I’ve created a PowerShell script that will install all necessary prerequisites for different site roles. This blog post will cover the different scenarios in where you can utilize the script. The script has been tested on Windows Server 2012, and are using some PowerShell v3 only cmdlets, so if you’re gonna install ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 on a Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 server, the script would have to be modified a bit or you could install the WMF 3.0 on the server. Grab WMF 3.0 here. Remember to install .NET Framework 4.x, as it’s a prerequisite to WMF 3.0.

Update – Check out the latest version for ConfigMgr 2012 R2here.

Overview

  • Prerequisites
  • Download the prerequisites script
  • Install prerequisites for a CAS or Primary site
  • Install prerequisites for a Secondary site
  • Install prerequisites for the Application Catalog
  • Extend the Active Directory schema
  • Install Windows ADK
  • Install and configure WSUS

Prerequisites

The script used in this blog post will need to have access to some files on the ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 source ISO. Depending on your environment, mount or insert the ISO to the host that you’ll be running the script from.

Download the prerequisites script

Save the script below to C:\Scripts and name it Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1.

Download the script there: Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1

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#
# Author: Nickolaj Andersen
# Blog: http://www.scconfigmgr.com
# Twitter: @NickolajA
# Date: 2013-07-08
# Version: 1.5.0
# 
# Examples:
# 
# .\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -SiteType CAS
# .\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -SiteType Primary
# .\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -SiteType Secondary
# .\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -SystemRole ApplicationCatalog
# .\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -ExtendSchema
# .\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -InstallWADK
# .\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -InstallWSUS
#
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[CmdletBinding()]
param(
[ValidateSet("CAS","Primary","Secondary")]
[string]$SiteType,
[ValidateSet("ApplicationCatalog")]
[string]$SystemRole,
[switch]$ExtendSchema,
[switch]$InstallWADK,
[switch]$InstallWSUS
)

$WarningPreference = "SilentlyContinue"

function Install-NETFramework3.5 {
    $a = 0
    $NETFeature = @("NET-Framework-Core")
    $NETFeaturesCount = $NETFeature.Count
    $NETFeature | ForEach-Object {
        $a++
        Write-Progress -id 1 -Activity "Installing Windows Features" -Status "Windows Feature $($a) of $($NETFeaturesCount)" -PercentComplete (($a / $NETFeaturesCount)*100)
        Write-Host "Installing: $_"
        Add-WindowsFeature $_ | Out-Null
    }
}

function Install-WindowsFeatures {
	$i = 0
    $WinFeatures = @("BITS","BITS-IIS-Ext","BITS-Compact-Server","RDC","WAS-Process-Model","WAS-Config-APIs","WAS-Net-Environment","Web-Server","Web-ISAPI-Ext","Web-ISAPI-Filter","Web-Net-Ext","Web-Net-Ext45","Web-ASP-Net","Web-ASP-Net45","Web-ASP","Web-Windows-Auth","Web-Basic-Auth","Web-URL-Auth","Web-IP-Security","Web-Scripting-Tools","Web-Mgmt-Service","Web-Stat-Compression","Web-Dyn-Compression","Web-Metabase","Web-WMI","Web-HTTP-Redirect","Web-Log-Libraries","Web-HTTP-Tracing","UpdateServices-RSAT","UpdateServices-API","UpdateServices-UI")
    $WinFeaturesCount = $WinFeatures.Count
    $WinFeatures | ForEach-Object {
        $i++
        Write-Progress -id 1 -Activity "Installing Windows Features" -Status "Windows Feature $($i) of $($WinFeaturesCount)" -PercentComplete (($i / $WinFeaturesCount)*100)
        Write-Host "Installing:" $_
        Add-WindowsFeature $_ | Out-Null
    }
    Write-Host "Windows Features successfully installed"
    Write-Host ""
}

function Install-WindowsFeaturesSecondary {
    $c = 0
    $SecFeatures = @("BITS","BITS-IIS-Ext","BITS-Compact-Server","RDC","WAS-Process-Model","WAS-Config-APIs","WAS-Net-Environment","Web-Server","Web-ISAPI-Ext","Web-Windows-Auth","Web-Basic-Auth","Web-URL-Auth","Web-IP-Security","Web-Scripting-Tools","Web-Mgmt-Service","Web-Metabase","Web-WMI")
    $SecFeaturesCount = $SecFeatures.Count
    $SecFeatures | ForEach-Object {
        $c++
        Write-Progress -id 1 -Activity "Installing Windows Features" -Status "Windows Feature $($c) of $($SecFeaturesCount)" -PercentComplete (($c / $SecFeaturesCount)*100)
        Write-Host "Installing:" $_
        Add-WindowsFeature $_ | Out-Null
    }
    Write-Host "Windows Features successfully installed"
}

function Install-WSUSFeatures {
    $d = 0
    $WSUSFeatures = @("UpdateServices","UpdateServices-WidDB","UpdateServices-Services","UpdateServices-RSAT","UpdateServices-API","UpdateServices-UI")
    $WSUSFeaturesCount = $WSUSFeatures.Count
    $WSUSFeatures | ForEach-Object {
        $d++
        Write-Progress -id 1 -Activity "Installing WSUS Features" -Status "WSUS Feature $($d) of $($WSUSFeaturesCount)" -PercentComplete (($d / $WSUSFeaturesCount)*100)
        Write-Host "Installing:" $_
        Add-WindowsFeature $_ | Out-Null
    }
    Write-Host "WSUS Features successfully installed"
    Write-Host ""
}

function Configure-WSUS {
    $WSUSContentFolder = Read-Host "Enter the path where you want to store the WSUS content, e.g. 'C:\WSUS'"
    if (!(Test-Path -Path $WSUSContentFolder)) {
            New-Item $WSUSContentFolder -ItemType Directory | Out-Null
    }
    $WSUSUtil = "$Env:ProgramFiles\Update Services\Tools\WsusUtil.exe"
    $WSUSUtilArgs = "POSTINSTALL CONTENT_DIR=$WSUSContentFolder"
    Write-Host ""
    Write-Host "Starting the WSUS PostInstall configuration"
    Start-Process -FilePath $WSUSUtil -ArgumentList $WSUSUtilArgs -NoNewWindow -Wait
    Write-Host ""
    Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Successfully installed and configured WSUS"
}

function Set-ExtendADAchema {
    if ($ExtendSchema -eq $true) {
        $RegExp = "^[A-Z]*\:$"
        $DriveLetter = Read-Host "Enter drive (e.g. 'D:') letter for ConfigMgr source files"
        if ($DriveLetter -match $RegExp) {
            $Schema = $true
        }
        else {
            Write-Warning "Wrong drive letter specified" -ErrorAction Stop
        }
    }
    if ($Schema) {
        $DC = Read-Host "Enter a Domain Controller NetBIOS name"
        $GetPath = Get-ChildItem -Recurse -Filter "EXTADSCH.EXE" -Path $DriveLetter\SMSSETUP\BIN\X64
        $Path = $GetPath.DirectoryName + "\EXTADSCH.EXE"
        $Destination = "\\" + $DC + "\C$"
        Copy-Item $Path $Destination -Force
        Invoke-WmiMethod -Class Win32_Process -Name Create -ArgumentList "C:\EXTADSCH.EXE" -ComputerName $DC | Out-Null
    }
    $Content = Get-Content -Path "\\$DC\C$\extadsch.log"
    if ($Content -match "Successfully extended the Active Directory schema") {
        Write-Host "Active Directory was successfully extended"
    }
    else {
        Write-Warning "Active Directory was not extended successfully, refer to C:\ExtADSch.log on domain controller"
    }
}

function Get-PrereqFiles {
    $RegExp = "^[A-Z]*\:$"
    $DriveLetter = Read-Host "Enter drive letter (e.g. 'D:') for ConfigMgr source files"
        if ($DriveLetter -match $RegExp) {
                $Prereq = $true
            }
        else {
            Write-Warning "Wrong drive letter specified. Enter drive letter like 'D:'" -ErrorAction Stop
        }
    if ($Prereq) {
        $dldest = "C:\ConfigMgr_Prereq"
        if (!(Test-Path -Path $dldest)) {
            New-Item $dldest -ItemType Directory | Out-Null
        }
        try {
            if (Test-Path "$DriveLetter\SMSSETUP\BIN\X64\setupdl.exe") {
                $Download = $true
            }
        }
        catch {
            Write-Warning "$DriveLetter\SMSSETUP\BIN\X64\setupdl.exe is not found" -ErrorAction Stop
        }
        if ($Download) {
            Write-Host "Downloading Configuration Manager prerequisites to $($dldest), this may take a couple of minutes"
            Start-Process -FilePath "$DriveLetter\SMSSETUP\BIN\X64\setupdl.exe" -ArgumentList "$dldest" -Wait
            Write-Host "Successfully downloaded Configuration Manager prerequisites"
        }
    }
}

function Install-WindowsADK {
    $ADKInstalledFeatures = @()
    $ComputerName = $env:COMPUTERNAME
    $UninstallKey = "SOFTWARE\\Wow6432Node\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion\\Uninstall"
    $Registry = [Microsoft.Win32.RegistryKey]::OpenRemoteBaseKey('LocalMachine',$ComputerName)
    $RegistryKey = $Registry.OpenSubKey($UninstallKey)
    $SubKeys = $RegistryKey.GetSubKeyNames()
    ForEach ($Key in $SubKeys) {
        $CurrentKey = $UninstallKey + "\\" + $Key
        $CurrentSubKey = $Registry.OpenSubKey($CurrentKey)
        $DisplayName = $CurrentSubKey.GetValue("DisplayName")
        if ($DisplayName -like "Windows PE x86 x64") {
            $ADKInstalledFeatures += $DisplayName
        }
        elseif ($DisplayName -like "User State Migration Tool") {
            $ADKInstalledFeatures += $DisplayName
        }
        elseif ($DisplayName -like "Windows Deployment Tools") {
            $ADKInstalledFeatures += $DisplayName
        }
    }
    Write-Host ""
    Write-Host "# Choose how you'd like to install Windows ADK"
    Write-Host "# "
    Write-Host "# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------"
    Write-Host "# 1. Online install - Download and silent install"
    Write-Host "# 2. Offline install - Silent install of previously downloaded Windows ADK files"
    Write-Host "# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------"
    Write-Host ""
    $Answer = Read-Host "Please enter your selection [1,2] and press Enter"

    switch ($Answer) {
        1 {$SelectedOption = "Online"}
        2 {$SelectedOption = "Offline"}
    }
    if (($SelectedOption -like "Online") -AND ($ADKInstalledFeatures.Length -ne 3)) {
        $dlfolder = "C:\Downloads"
        if (!(Test-Path -Path $dlfolder)) {
            New-Item $dlfolder -ItemType Directory | Out-Null
        }
        Write-Host ""
        $ADKURL = "http://download.microsoft.com/download/9/9/F/99F5E440-5EB5-4952-9935-B99662C3DF70/adk/adksetup.exe"
        $ADKObject = New-Object System.Net.WebClient
        $Global:DownloadComplete = $False
        $EventDataComplete = Register-ObjectEvent $ADKObject DownloadFileCompleted -SourceIdentifier WebClient.DownloadFileComplete -Action {$Global:DownloadComplete = $True}
        $EventDataProgress = Register-ObjectEvent $ADKObject DownloadProgressChanged -SourceIdentifier WebClient.DownloadProgressChanged -Action { $Global:DPCEventArgs = $EventArgs }    
        Write-Progress -Activity "Downloading Windows ADK Setup" -Status $ADKURL
        $ADKObject.DownloadFileAsync($ADKURL, "$dlfolder\adksetup.exe")
        while (!($Global:DownloadComplete)) {                
            $PercentComplete = $Global:DPCEventArgs.ProgressPercentage
            if ($PercentComplete -ne $null) {
                Write-Progress -Activity "Downloading Windows ADK Setup" -Status $ADKURL -PercentComplete $PercentComplete
            }
        }
        Write-Progress -Activity "Downloading Windows ADK Setup" -Status $ADKURL -Complete
        Unregister-Event -SourceIdentifier WebClient.DownloadProgressChanged
        Unregister-Event -SourceIdentifier WebClient.DownloadFileComplete
        $ADKOnArguments = "/norestart /q /ceip off /features OptionId.WindowsPreinstallationEnvironment OptionId.DeploymentTools OptionId.UserStateMigrationTool"
        Write-Host "Windows ADK is now being installed from the web, which will take time depending on your internet connection"
        Write-Host ""
        Start-Process -FilePath "$dlfolder\adksetup.exe" -ArgumentList $ADKOnArguments
        do {
            $ADKProcess = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Process -Filter 'Name="adksetup.exe"'
            Write-Host "." -NoNewline
            Start-Sleep -s 5
        }
        while ($ADKProcess)
        Write-Host "`n`n"
        Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Windows ADK has been successfully installed"
    }
    elseif (($SelectedOption -like "Offline") -AND ($ADKInstalledFeatures.Length -ne 3)) {
        Write-Host ""
        $SetupLocation = Read-Host "Please enter a path for the Windows ADK setup (e.g. C:\WindowsADK)"
        $ADKOffArguments = "/norestart /q /ceip off /features OptionId.WindowsPreinstallationEnvironment OptionId.DeploymentTools OptionId.UserStateMigrationTool"
        Write-Host "Windows ADK is now installing in the background, give it a few minutes to complete"
        Write-Host ""
        Start-Process -FilePath "$SetupLocation\adksetup.exe" -ArgumentList $ADKOffArguments
        do {
            $ADKProcess = Get-WmiObject -Class Win32_Process -Filter 'Name="adksetup.exe"'
            Write-Host "." -NoNewline
            Start-Sleep -s 5
        }
        while ($ADKProcess)
        Write-Host "`n`n"
        Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Windows ADK has been successfully installed"
    }    
    else {
        if ($ADKInstalledFeatures.Length -eq 3) {
            Write-Host ""
            Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "All required Windows ADK features are already installed, skipping install"
        }
    }
}

function Install-AppCatFeatures {
    $ACWindowsFeatures = @("NET-Framework-Features","NET-Framework-Core","NET-HTTP-Activation","NET-Non-HTTP-Activ","NET-WCF-Services45","NET-WCF-HTTP-Activation45","RDC","RSAT","RSAT-Role-Tools","WAS","WAS-Process-Model","WAS-NET-Environment","WAS-Config-APIs","Web-Server","Web-WebServer","Web-Common-Http","Web-Static-Content","Web-Default-Doc","Web-App-Dev","Web-ASP-Net","Web-ASP-Net45","Web-Net-Ext","Web-Net-Ext45","Web-ISAPI-Ext","Web-ISAPI-Filter","Web-Security","Web-Windows-Auth","Web-Filtering","Web-Mgmt-Tools","Web-Mgmt-Console","Web-Scripting-Tools","Web-Mgmt-Compat","Web-Metabase","Web-Lgcy-Mgmt-Console","Web-Lgcy-Scripting","Web-WMI")
    $ACWindowsFeaturesCount = $ACWindowsFeatures.Count
    $i = 0
    $ACWindowsFeatures | ForEach-Object {
        $i++
        Write-Progress -id 1 -Activity "Windows Features Installation" -Status "Installing Windows Feature $($_), $($i) of $($ACWindowsFeaturesCount)" -PercentComplete (($i / $ACWindowsFeaturesCount)*100)
        Write-Host "Installing: $($_)"
        Add-WindowsFeature $_ | Out-Null
    }
    Write-Host ""
    Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Prerequisites for the Application Catalog has successfully been installed"
}

$WarningPreference = "SilentlyContinue"
$ScriptBeginning = Get-Date

function Install-SitePrereq {
    Install-NETFramework3.5
    Install-WindowsFeatures
    Get-PrereqFiles
}

function Install-SecondaryPrereq {
    Install-NETFramework3.5
    Install-WindowsFeaturesSecondary
}

if ($InstallWADK) {
    Install-WindowsADK
}

if ($ExtendSchema) {
    Set-ExtendADAchema
}

if ($InstallWSUS) {
    Install-WSUSFeatures
    Configure-WSUS
}

if (($SiteType -like "CAS") -OR ($SiteType -like "Primary")) {
    Install-SitePrereq
    Write-Host ""
    Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Prerequisites installed successfully"
}
elseif ($SiteType -like "Secondary") {
    Install-SecondaryPrereq
    Write-Host ""
    Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Prerequisites installed successfully"
}
elseif ($SiteType -eq $null) {
    Write-Warning "The parameter SiteType was not defined"
}

if ($SystemRole -like "ApplicationCatalog") {
    Install-AppCatFeatures
}

$ScriptEnding = Get-Date
$Measure = $ScriptEnding - $ScriptBeginning
Write-Host ""
Write-Host -ForegroundColor Green "Execution time: $([math]::round($Measure.TotalSeconds)) seconds"

Install prerequisites for a CAS or Primary site

1. Mount your ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 source ISO.
2. Open an elevated PowerShell console.
3. Browse to C:\Scripts.
4. Run the command below and press Enter. During this phase the required Windows Features for a Primary site server is installed.

.\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -SiteType Primary

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5. When asked to enter a drive letter, type D: and press Enter (the ISO is mounted as D: in my lab environment). The setupdl.exe executable of the source ISO will now be launched and download all necessary files to C:\ConfigMgr_Prereq.

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6. Once the download of all files has successfully completed, the script terminates and shows that everything was successfully installed.

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Install prerequisites for a Secondary site

1. Open an elevated PowerShell console.
2. Browse to C:\Scripts.
3. Run the command below and press Enter.

.\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -SiteType Secondary

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4. The necessary Windows Features will now be installed. When the installation is completed, you’ll see a message in green that the prerequisites was successfully installed.

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Install prerequisites for the Application Catalog

1. Open an elevated PowerShell console.
2. Browse to C:\Scripts.
3. Run the command below and press Enter.

.\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -SystemRole ApplicationCatalog

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4. All the necessary Windows Features will now be installed. When the installation is completed, you’ll see a message in green that the prerequisites was successfully installed.

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Extend the Active Directory schema

1. Mount your ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 source ISO.
2. Open an elevated PowerShell console (the logged on user needs to be a member of the Schema Admins and Domain Admins AD groups).
3. Browse to C:\Scripts.
4. Run the command below and press Enter.

.\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -ExtendSchema

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5. When asked to enter a drive letter, type D: and press Enter.

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6. Enter the NetBIOS name of your domain controller that’s running the Schema Master FSMO role, and press Enter. In my lab environment DC01 is the Schema Master.

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Install Windows ADK

1. Open an elevated PowerShell console.
2. Browse to C:\Scripts.
3. Run the command below and press Enter. The script will check if the three required components of Windows ADK is installed. If none are found, the script will continue and you’ll be given two options.

  • Online install – the script downloads the adksetup.exe and installs it silently
  • Offline install – the script will ask for a folder where the adksetup.exe and it’s setup files have been downloaded in advance
.\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -InstallWADK

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4. Select option 1 or 2 and press Enter.
5. The picture below shows the progress of the online installation. Since the setup files are downloaded from the web, depending on your internet connection it will take some time.

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6. If you chose the offline installation method, you’ll be asked to point out a folder where the adksetup.exe is located together with it’s setup files.

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Install and configure WSUS

1. Open an elevated PowerShell console.
2. Browse to C:\Scripts.
3. Run the command below and press Enter. The necessary Windows Features for WSUS (Update Services in Windows 2012) will now be installed.

.\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -InstallWSUS

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4. When asked to enter the WSUS content location, type C:\WSUS and press Enter. You could of course choose your own location.

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5. At this stage, wsusutil.exe will be launched and run the PostInstall configuration and set the WSUS content location to the folder you specified.

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Please let me know if you find any bugs in the script, that would be very much appreciated!

Nickolaj Andersen
Principal Consultant and Enterprise Mobility MVP. Nickolaj has been in the IT industry for the past 10 years specializing in Enterprise Mobility and Security, Windows deployments and Automation. In 2015 Nickolaj was awarded as PowerShell Hero by the community for his script and tools contributions. Author of ConfigMgr Prerequisites Tool, ConfigMgr OSD FrontEnd, ConfigMgr WebService and a frequent speaker at user groups.

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comments
  • Noel F
    Posted at 08:00 July 3, 2013
    Noel F
    Reply
    Author

    What a time saver this script is! It works perfectly and makes doing all the groundwork for an SCCM 2012 server effortless. Thank you so much for sharing this! I also just found your SCOM 2012 script that does the same thing! BRILLIANT!

    • Nickolaj
      Posted at 10:20 July 3, 2013
      Nickolaj
      Reply
      Author

      Hey Noel,

      Thanks for the feedback! I’m glad that the script was able to save you some time. I’m currently working on extending it so that it can install prereqs for different site system roles. The work for an application catalog is now done. Will post about that in a bit.

      Regards,
      Nickolaj

  • Rasheedah
    Posted at 20:37 July 4, 2013
    Rasheedah
    Reply
    Author

    Many thanks going to try this now in lab and will update.. :0)

    • Nickolaj
      Posted at 20:42 July 4, 2013
      Nickolaj
      Reply
      Author

      Cool! Looking forward to hear about the results.

      /Nickolaj

  • Kitaab
    Posted at 16:17 July 5, 2013
    Kitaab
    Reply
    Author

    Got this error

    Downloading: adksetup.exe
    Exception calling “DownloadFile” with “2” argument(s): “Unable to connect to the remote server”
    At E:\Script\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1:195 char:9
    + $ADKObject.DownloadFile($ADKUrl, “$dlfolder\adksetup.exe”)
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo : NotSpecified: (:) [], MethodInvocationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : WebException

    Installing: Windows ADK
    This may take 10 minutes or more, since the adksetup.exe downloads components from the internet
    Start-Process : This command cannot be run due to the error: The system cannot find the file specified.
    At E:\Script\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1:199 char:9
    + Start-Process -FilePath “$dlfolder\adksetup.exe” -ArgumentList $ADKargum …
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    + CategoryInfo : InvalidOperation: (:) [Start-Process], InvalidOperationException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : InvalidOperationException,Microsoft.PowerShell.Commands.StartProcessCommand

    _______________________________________________________________________

    We have already downloaded the ConfigMgr 2012 SP1 updates and WADK
    They are saved on our file server

    is there anyway you can suggest how the script can use already downloaded files and not download them again.

    • Nickolaj
      Posted at 20:06 July 5, 2013
      Nickolaj
      Reply
      Author

      Hi Kitaab,

      I’ll look into that and post an update to the script. I’m currently traveling, so it’s gonna take a couple of days. I hope that’s ok.

      Have a great weekend!

      /Nickolaj

      • Nickolaj
        Posted at 22:36 July 16, 2013
        Nickolaj
        Reply
        Author

        Hi Kitaab,

        The current version 1.5.0 of the script will now allow you to choose how you’d like to install Windows ADK. I hope it helps.

        /Nickolaj

  • Cris
    Posted at 15:56 January 13, 2014
    Cris
    Reply
    Author

    Will this script also work for SCCM 2012 R2? Or can you modify it to get the prereqs for SCCM 2012 R2?

    Fantastic script!

  • Pete
    Posted at 17:17 June 8, 2015
    Pete
    Reply
    Author

    Everytime when I run the prere script it keep saying insufficient rights detedcted even after adding the user in the local admin group, please advise?

  • lf_
    Posted at 21:49 January 26, 2016
    lf_
    Reply
    Author

    Run as Admin…

    start cmd.exe as admin and then :
    cd XXX\xxx\prerequisites
    .\Install_prerequisite.ps1

  • rafa
    Posted at 14:09 July 14, 2016
    rafa
    Reply
    Author

    hi, thanks for this script very helpful and time saver, but why the WDS Role is not handled ?

    thanks in advance.

  • Danjar
    Posted at 10:08 June 23, 2017
    Danjar
    Reply
    Author

    PS C:\Scripts> .\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1 -SiteType Primary
    Au caractère C:\Scripts\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1:21 : 1
    + [CmdletBinding()]
    + ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Attribut inattendu « CmdletBinding ».
    Au caractère C:\Scripts\Install-SCCMPrereqs.ps1:22 : 1
    + param(
    + ~~~~~
    Jeton inattendu « param » dans l’expression ou l’instruction.
    + CategoryInfo : ParserError: (:) [], ParseException
    + FullyQualifiedErrorId : UnexpectedAttribute

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