SCCM provisioning requires custom properties to successfully provision machines with the desired ISO and task sequence.

Note

If your fabric administrator creates a build profile that contains the required custom properties and you include it in your blueprint, you do not need to individually add the required custom properties to the blueprint.

For a list of custom properties commonly used for SCCM provisioning, see Custom Properties for SCCM Blueprints.

1

Click the Properties tab.

2

(Optional) Select one or more build profiles from the Build profiles menu.

Build profiles contain groups of custom properties. Fabric administrators can create build profiles.

3

Add the ISO location custom property.

a

Click New Property.

b

Type Image.ISO.Location in the Name text box.

c

Type the location of the ISO image that your fabric administrator provided for you in the Value text box.

Option

Example

HP iLO

http://11.222.333.444/iso/

Dell iDRAC

11.222.333.444:/vol_name/directory

Cisco UCS Manager

Does not require an ISO

d

(Optional) Select the Encrypted check box to encrypt the custom property in the database.

e

(Optional) Select the Prompt user check box to require the user to provide a value when they request a machine.

If you choose to prompt the user for a value, any value you provide for the custom property is presented to the user as the default. If you do not provide a default, the user cannot continue with the machine request until they provide a value for the custom property.

f

Click the Save icon (Save).

4

Add the remaining required SCCM custom properties.

Option

Description

Image.ISO.Name

Type the name of the ISO image that your fabric administrator provided for you in the Value text box.

SCCM.Collection.Name

Type the SCCM collection name that your fabric administrator provided for you in the Value text box.

SCCM.Server.Name

Type the name of the SCCM file that your fabric administrator provided for you in the Value text box.

SCCM.Server.SiteCode

Type the SCCM site code that your fabric administrator provided for you in the Value text box.

SCCM.Server.UserName

Type the administrator-level user name that your fabric administrator provided for you in the Value text box.

SCCM.Server.Password

Type the associated password for the SCCM user in the Value text box.

Image.ISO.UserName

For Dell iDRAC integrations, if the ISO is located on a CIFS share that requires authentication, type the username in the Value text box. This must be in the format username@domain.

Image.ISO.Password

For Dell iDRAC integrations, if the ISO is located on a CIFS share that requires authentication, type the password for Image.ISO.UserName in the Value text box.

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