Documenting Your Task Sequences Automagically

SCCM 2007

1. In the Configuration Manager console, navigate to System Center Configuration Manager / Site Database / Computer Management / Operating SystemDeployment / Task Sequences.

2. In the Task Sequences pane, select the task sequence that you want to copy.

3. In the Action menu, or from the Actions pane, select Export.

4. In the Save As dialog box, select the location that the task sequence XML file should be saved and enter a file name for the task sequence file. You must save the task sequence as an .XML file.

5. If necessary, place the task sequence XML file on a network share that can be accessed by the other Configuration Manager 2007 site.

6. Using the Configuration Manager 2007 Administrator Console at the other Configuration Manager 2007 site, navigate to Task Sequences.

Download Stylesheet and Follow Instructions in Link below.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/deploymentguys/archive/2008/08/17/documenting-your-task-sequences-automagically.aspx

SCCM 2012

  • Open Powershell from the SCCM Console.
  • Run the powershell command below.

http://paddymaddy.blogspot.com/2013/10/export-task-sequence-sccm-2012-to-xml.html

(Get-CMTaskSequence | Where-Object {$_.Name -eq “TASK SEQUENCE NAME”}).Sequence | Out-File c:\Givefilename.txt

  • Rename the text file to .xml

Download Stylesheet and Follow Instructions in Link below.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/deploymentguys/archive/2008/08/17/documenting-your-task-sequences-automagically.aspx

5. Open Task Sequence XML File in IE

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