I hope you are all well and can help.
Please pardon my ignorance on this, as Im not an SCCM guru.
But what we are trying to do is:
Deploy Office 2013 (click to run) as a package in SCCM, and attach a post install script to this package to immediately execute after installation of Office. This post install script is a .cmd batch file.
Will SCCM allow this .cmd file to be used as a post install script, that is, as a deployment type, or does SCCM not support batch files?
The SCCM guy that is doing this is having difficulty getting the .cmd file to execute after the office installation has run, so the obvious question is, does SCCM support batch files? I would have thought so, but maybe not, or maybe the way the SCCM application is configured is not correct.
I want to know definitively that SCCM either does support batch files eg.cmd and bat files, or it does not, which will mean we will have to convert our script to vbscript or powershell, but this would be a last resort.