SCCM Get Dell warranty info v2

2011-07-11: This method is now deprecated please go here: http://ninet.org/2011/07/dell-hp-warranty-info-in-sccm

LAST UPDATED: 2010-09-22

UPDATE 2010-09-14: Dell have changed the layout to add an extra field in the contracts section so the scripts are broken

UPDATE 2010-07-09: I’ve noticed this page is getting a lot of hits, I haven’t had a chance to get this working yet so if anyone does please post a comment or drop me a mail using the contact page. I’ll try and get some time next week to look at it again.

These scripts are a work in progress and you should check back regularly for updates until I mark them as final.

This is an updated version of the “SCCM Get Dell warranty info

Basically the problem with the other script is that a user with admin privs must run it or the computer account must have access to the internet.

I have split the script in 2 and rejigged it slightly so that now 1 (user) script is run “When user is logged on with the users privliges” and the other (system) script is run 2nd “When user is logged on with administrative privliges”. You can use the “Run another program 1st” option in the program definition which should make it practically act like a single script.

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SCCM Get Dell warranty info

2011-07-11: This method is now deprecated please go here: http://ninet.org/2011/07/dell-hp-warranty-info-in-sccm

LAST UPDATED: 2010-09-22

UPDATE 2010-09014: Dell have changed the layout to add an extra field in the contracts section so the scripts are broken

Version 2: work around for computer account that can’t access the internet http://ninet.org/2010/03/sccm-get-dell-warranty-info-v2/

I found a script and mof edit here: Sherry Kissinger’s Blog at myitforums.com

However when I tried it, it was completely broken all the data being returned in the wrong place. So I have rewritten it so that it is more modular and hopefully easier to maintain.

Now a bit of a disclaimer, my vbs skills are very rusty so the script works though it probably isn’t very efficient. So if you can suggest improvements please do and I’ll update the script as needed.

Although the code is long most of it is comments and “wscript.echo” statements for debugging, feel free to strip them out if you want something more compact.

I have also added the ability to dump the results to a csv file that you can collect with SCCM if you don’t want to capture from WMI.

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