Ask questions | sccmtspsi | SCCM task sequence orchestrator.

What is sccmtspsi? 

sccmtspsi is an SCCM task sequence deployment orchestrator used by organisations to manage the deployment of operating system task sequences. Reduces use of complex scripts, increases SOE build success, Agile release of task sequence deployments, prevents data loss and creates a repeatable & easily documented SOE environment.

What does it do? 

  • Automatically identify the device name or set a computer name during the Task Sequence. Set computer name prefix, suffix and case.
  • Create and use selection profiles for SCCM applications, SCCM collections, Active Directory groups.
  • Unlock Bitlocker automatically from within the Task Sequence: Active Directory, MBAM, key or password.
  • Select one of the many Task Sequence deployments using the sccmtspsi user interface.
  • Select from a list of Operating System Images and Packages available within the selected Task Sequence.
  • Select your preferred Office Suite Application from a list of Office Suite SCCM Applications.
  • Select one or more SCCM Applications from a list of available SCCM Applications.
  • Add the machine to one or more SCCM Collections from a list of available SCCM Collections.
  • Add the machine to one or more Active Directory Groups from a list of available Active Directory Groups.
  • Select the User State Migration (USMT) method: Hardlink, USB, Network.
  • Format the disk to recommended standards for Legacy and UEFI BIOS.
  • Add data volumes with drive letters to the selected disk.
  • Select one or more primary users for the device.
  • Select from 18 extension attributes with the potential to direct the task sequence in multiple paths.
  • Using the decommission feature to decommission a device in a secure manner.
  • Set supported hardware models.

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Denver Kane
Denver Kane (@denver-kane)
28 days ago

Thanks team for the wonderful product. I’ve got a question though. we have a few Acorn RISC Machines based on ARM64 architecture. Does the orchestrator support ARM64 architecture or just x86 and amd64?

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