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Initiate deployment via powershell

J Allen

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The SmartDeploy console doesn't give me quite the status on my machines that I'd like, but I think I can work around that by manually inspecting my machines to verify the _actually_ _installed_ image (not just the last image that was scheduled to be deployed).  I'm thinking I'd do an export of all my machines, import that into powershell, do some powershell remoting to determine if a machine needs a new image, and then schedule (or immediately initiate) the deployment right from powershell.  That would give me a lot more flexibility in automating my deployments.  Can anyone tell me a combination of commands and arguments that would allow me to accomplish that?


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