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SCCM 2012 - OSD Build Completion

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Hi Experts,
I'm wanting to put together a script or something similar (3rd party application that plugs into SCCM 2012 if one exist) that can right information to a central repository about the status of machines being built using SCCM 2012
I'm wanting information specifically to confirm that the all the applications in TS installed correct etc, and that the build is fit for production use, based on the criteria we can confirm
Can you please advise and or point in the right direction
Regards,
CP
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Nagendra Pratap Singh earned 500 total points
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You can use desired configuration management for this but this is inbuilt in SCCM.
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thanks.
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