How to "use" the integration pack

Topics: Need Help
Sep 18, 2015 at 3:34 PM
I don't see any documentation here. For use with System Center Orchestrator, how do you use the integration pack beyond registering and deploying the IP? I see the information that the dll "sccmclictr.automation.dll" is required. But, how is it used? Do you copy it to a folder on the SCO server or register it, etc. ?

Sep 18, 2015 at 3:50 PM
The IP contains the "sccmclictr.automation.dll", you just have to distribute the IP... But note, that the latest IP is is for SCO 2012 SP1; there is no IP for SCO2012 R2 ...

What is the goal of using this IP...? For most of the Functions you can use PowerShell directly without the need of this IP. If you want the PowerShell commands, you can just use the ClientCenter Tool ( ). It provides the PS Command for all the activities...

Once you have PowerShell, you will be able to migrate from Orchestrator to SMA much easier...
Sep 18, 2015 at 4:08 PM
Gotcha. That is a bit confusing then on the home page of the project.

We have a runbook that cleans the Windows temp folder as well as the Windows updates downloaded files once a week and we want to clear the SCCM cache at the same time. The IP from Microsoft for SCCM 2012 R2 doesn't include the client actions that would perform this task.
Sep 18, 2015 at 5:19 PM
To cleanup the SCCM Cache, you can run:
get-wmiobject -query "SELECT * FROM CacheInfoEx" -namespace "ROOT\ccm\SoftMgmtAgent" | % { $_.Delete() };Get-ChildItem -Path c:\windows\ccmcache -Directory | Remove-Item -force -recurse
If you have SCCM in place, why do you use Orchestrator to trigger a cleanup task on the Agents ? You can create a Package in SCCM and schedule it in an Intervall... ?!