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How can I delete a computer from SCCM using VB.NET (2010)

Posted on 2010-09-23
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Hi there,

I would like to delete a computer from SCCM (completely delete the record) using VB.NET (2010).  Currently, I use a VB Script and pass arguments to it.  Can anyone tell me how to put this in VB.NET 2010 please?  VBS attached.

Thanks :)
Set args = WScript.Arguments

strSMSServer = args.Item(0)
strSMSSiteCode = args.Item(1)
strUserName =  args.Item(2)
strPassword =  args.Item(3)
strComputer = args.Item(4)

Set lLocator = CreateObject("WbemScripting.SWbemLocator")  
Set gService = lLocator.ConnectServer(strSMSServer,"root\sms\site_" & strSMSSiteCode, strUserName, strPassword)  
Set ResIDs = gService.ExecQuery("SELECT * from SMS_R_System where NetbiosName = '" & strComputer & "'")  

for each oResID in ResIDs
 	oResID.Delete_
Next
Wscript.Quit

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by:merowinger
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Hi, i've created a very simple example for you. There no much error handling in, but i think it's a good start.
I've solved it with Textboxes where you've to define you SCCM Site, the credentials and the pc to delete form the database
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And here's the matching vb.net code for this:
Public Class Form1



    Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click



        Dim strComputer = TextBox1.Text

        Dim strSMSServer = TextBox2.Text

        Dim strSMSSiteCode = TextBox3.Text

        Dim strUserName = TextBox4.Text

        Dim strPassword = TextBox5.Text

        Dim ResIDs



        Try

            Dim lLocator = CreateObject("WbemScripting.SWbemLocator")

            Dim gService = lLocator.ConnectServer(strSMSServer, "root\sms\site_" & strSMSSiteCode, strUserName, strPassword)

            ResIDs = gService.ExecQuery("SELECT * from SMS_R_System where NetbiosName = '" & strComputer & "'")



        Catch ex As Exception

            MsgBox("Could not connect to SCCM Server - ErrorDescription:" & Err.Description)

            End

        End Try



        Try

            For Each oResID In ResIDs

                oResID.Delete_()

            Next

            MsgBox("Deletion successfully")

        Catch ex As Exception

            MsgBox("Could not delete " & strComputer & " - ErrorDescription:" & Err.Description)

        End Try

    End Sub



End Class

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by:jamie77777
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Cool thanks, will test...
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by:jamie77777
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Thanks, worked perfectly!  Have changed it to a function and attached here in case others wanted it.  Thank you very much!
Public Function DeleteFromSCCM(ByVal strComputer As String, _
                                       ByVal strSCCMServer As String, _
                                       ByVal strSCCMSiteCode As String, _
                                       ByVal strUserName As String, _
                                       ByVal strPassword As String)
        Dim oResID
        Dim ResIDs

        Try
            Dim lLocator = CreateObject("WbemScripting.SWbemLocator")
            Dim gService = lLocator.ConnectServer(strSCCMServer, "root\sms\site_" & strSCCMSiteCode, strUserName, strPassword)
            ResIDs = gService.ExecQuery("SELECT * from SMS_R_System where NetbiosName = '" & strComputer & "'")
        Catch ex As Exception
            MsgBox("Error: " & Err.Number & ": " & Err.Description)
            Return False
            End
        End Try

        Try
            For Each oResID In ResIDs
                oResID.Delete_()
            Next
            MsgBox("Successfully deleted computer: " & strComputer & " from SCCM!")
            Return True
        Catch ex As Exception
            MsgBox("Error: " & Err.Number & ": " & Err.Description)
            Return False
        End Try

    End Function

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Complete.
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