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SCCM Client Injector 2014


A injection client for System Center Configuration Manager

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SCCM Client Injector 2014 is a simple-to-use interface for adding and removing a client from a collection in Configuration Manager 2007. (May work on later versions; I do not have the environment to check.)
As well, it can check for the existence of a client and check for duplicate entries (and removal of such) from SCCM.

Some features currently being developed for v3.2:
Opening of client's default share drive.
Opening of a compmgmt.msc console for the client.
The ability to 'push' its own repair where SCCM is not working properly on the client's end.
Logging in CSV format.
Built-in log viewer with filtering & sorting
Multiple-client input for add and remove to collections.
Auto-connect to server at startup.
Menu bar (Options, Exit, About, Help & License.)
Built-in Help.

Possible future features (but not yet in development):
Display of Client/Package ID

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  • Checks if client exists in record
  • Can check for duplicate entries in SCCM
  • The <Enter> key is contextual
  • Color-coded connection status
  • Limited filtering of collections list (*foo*, foo* and foo)


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