OSD Options Chooser v2

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Attention – this Options Chooser has been superseded by Nick’s “version 3” which can be reviewed at https://t3chn1ck.wordpress.com/2013/06/06/osd-options-chooser-v3/

The following custom HTA can be used during OSD when imaging computers with SCCM 2007.  It has been updated from my previous version and will do the following:

  • Section 1 – for the name to be give to the computer.
  • Section 2 – for the technician imaging the computer
  • Section 3 – for a ticket number
  • Section 4 – for adding a user to the local admins group
  • Section 5 – for selecting the computer’s time zone
    Note: additional time zones can be found at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc749073(WS.10).aspx
  • Section 6 – for selecting a flavor of Acrobat as post installed software
  • Section 7 – for selecting other software to be installed
    Note that on the first three sections, if the option is left empty, then after clicking finish a circular prompt is done until a value is added.  Also, they set custom Task Sequence variables which you will need to use later in your process, such as in custom logging or setting a registry key for your organization, etc.

Also, remember to enable HTA support in your boot images – https://t3chn1ck.wordpress.com/2010/01/28/hta-support-in-sccm-boot-images/

<!-- ----------------------------------------------------------- Created by Nick Moseley https://t3chn1ck.wordpress.com For this script to function, HTA support must have been added into the boot image See for more information - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd799244.aspx --------------------------------------------------------------- -->



OSD Options Chooser


<script type="text/vbscript" language="vbscript">// <![CDATA[
window.resizeTo 375,700
window.moveTo 5,5

Sub FinishClickTasks
'On Error Resume Next
Dim oTaskSequence, oShell, sComputerName, bErrComputerName, bErrTechName, bErrTicketNumber, sCurPath, sKioskName
Set oTaskSequence = CreateObject ("Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment")
Set oShell = CreateObject ("WScript.Shell")
sComputerName = UCase(ComputerName.Value)

' Set values inputed from HTA dialog
If sComputerName = "" Then
oTaskSequence ("OSDComputerName") = "null"
Else
oTaskSequence ("OSDComputerName") = sComputerName
End If

If TechName.Value = "" Then
oTaskSequence ("OSDTechName") = "null"
Else
oTaskSequence ("OSDTechName") = TechName.Value
End If
If TicketNumber.Value = "" Then
oTaskSequence ("OSDTicketNumber") = "null"
Else
oTaskSequence ("OSDTicketNumber") = TicketNumber.Value
End If

' Check for errors with the computer name or technician name
Dim sTSVar1, sTSVar2, sTSVar3, bNoErr
sTSVar1 = oTaskSequence("OSDComputerName")
sTSVar2 = oTaskSequence("OSDTechName")
sTSVar3 = oTaskSequence("OSDTicketNumber")
bNoErr = False

If sTSVar1 = "null" Then
bErrComputerName = True
End If
If sTSVar2 = "null" Then
bErrTechName = True
End If
If sTSVar3 = "null" Then
bErrTicketNumber = True
End If

' Display error message
If bErrComputerName And bErrTechName And bErrTicketNumber Then
MsgBox "Error: Computer name, technician name, and Incident or Service Request number cannot be blank.", vbCritical, "Error"
ElseIf bErrComputerName And bErrTechName Then
MsgBox "Error: Computer name and technician name cannot be blank.", vbCritical, "Error"
ElseIf bErrComputerName And bErrTicketNumber Then
MsgBox "Error: Computer name and Incident or Service Request number cannot be blank.", vbCritical, "Error"
ElseIf bErrTechName And bErrTicketNumber Then
MsgBox "Error: Technician name and Incident or Service Request number cannot be blank.", vbCritical, "Error"
ElseIf bErrComputerName Then
MsgBox "Error: Computer name cannot be blank.", vbCritical, "Error"
ElseIf bErrTechName Then
MsgBox "Error: Technician name cannot be blank.", vbCritical, "Error"
ElseIf bErrTicketNumber Then
MsgBox "Error: Incident or Service Request number cannot be blank.", vbCritical, "Error"
End If 

' Loop until end-user enters a value
Do 
If bErrComputerName Then
sComputerName = InputBox ("Please enter a COMPUTER name to continue", "", , 30,30)
If sComputerName <> "" Then
oTaskSequence ("OSDComputerName") = sComputerName
bErrComputerName = False
End If
ElseIf bErrTechName Then
sTechName = InputBox ("Please enter a TECHNICIAN name to continue.", "", , 30,30)
If sTechName <> "" Then 
oTaskSequence ("OSDTechName") = sTechName
bErrTechName = False
End If
ElseIf bErrTicketNumber Then
sTicketNumber = InputBox ("Please enter an Incident or Service Request number to continue.", "", , 30,30)
If sTicketNumber <> "" Then 
oTaskSequence ("OSDTicketNumber") = sTicketNumber
bErrTicketNumber = False
End If
Else
bNoErr = True
End If
Loop Until  bNoErr

' Set local time zone
For Each oTimeZone In TimeZone
If oTimeZone.Checked Then
oTaskSequence("OSDTimeZone") = oTimeZone.value
End If
Next

' UserName to add as a local administrator
If UserName.Value <> "" Then 
oTaskSequence ("OSDAdminUser") = UserName.Value
End If

' Applications to install
' Acrobat
If Acrobat(1).checked Then
oTaskSequence ("OSDAcrobat10") = "standard"
ElseIf Acrobat(2).checked Then
oTaskSequence ("OSDAcrobat10") = "professional"
End If

' Other Apps
If ProjectStd2010.checked Then
oTaskSequence ("OSDProjStd2010") = "true"
End If
If VisioStd2010.checked Then
oTaskSequence ("OSDVisioStd2010") = "true"
End If
If StreetsTrips2010.checked Then
oTaskSequence ("OSDStreetsTrips2010") = "true"
End If

window.close
End Sub
// ]]></script>

<!-- HTML goes here -->


Computer Name

<input id="ComputerName" type="text" name="ComputerName" size="45" />

Technician Name Imaging Computer

<input id="TechName" type="text" name="TechName" size="45" />

Incident or Request Number

<input id="TicketNumber" type="text" name="TicketNumber" size="45" />

Username to add to Local Admin Group (if applicable)

<input id="UserName" type="text" name="UserName" size="45" />

<b>Select Time Zone For the Computer</b>

<input type="radio" name="TimeZone" value="Pacific Standard Time" />PST (US West Coast)

<input type="radio" name="TimeZone" value="US Mountain Standard Time" />AZT (US Arizona)

<input type="radio" name="TimeZone" value="Mountain Standard Time" />MST (US Mountain)

<input type="radio" name="TimeZone" value="Central Standard Time" />CST (US Central)

<input type="radio" name="TimeZone" value="Eastern Standard Time" />EST (US East Coast)


<b>Select Post Installed Applications</b>

<input type="radio" name="Acrobat" /> Do not install Acrobat

<input type="radio" name="Acrobat" /> Adobe Acrobat Standard X

<input type="radio" name="Acrobat" /> Adobe Acrobat Professional X



<input type="checkbox" name="ProjectStd2010" /> Microsoft Project Standard 2010

<input type="checkbox" name="StreetsTrips2010" /> Microsoft Streets and Trips 2010

<input type="checkbox" name="VisioStd2010" /> Microsoft Visio Standard 2010


<button accesskey="N" id="buttonFinish" onclick="FinishClickTasks" type="submit">Finish</button>

Created by Nick Moseley, https://t3chn1ck.wordpress.com


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4 thoughts on “OSD Options Chooser v2

    IT.Never.Ends... said:
    April 2, 2012 at 6:54 am

    Hey,
    This is wonderful, thanks a lot,
    i’ve changed it a bit if you’re interested in my version which let’s the user choose between OS refresh, bare metal and a confirmation before formatting (if bare metal is chosen), a placeholder for company logo and cancel button,

    https://docs.google.com/document/pub?id=1Uq3SwHMKS9Betsyn1X6F_0PvXu7t2TFBjv56aGsx3No

      Nicolas Moseley responded:
      April 2, 2012 at 10:36 pm

      Thanks! By the way, I like your gravatar name!!

    Q&A from the Power of Task Sequences « t3chn1ck said:
    April 2, 2012 at 10:34 pm

    […] A: I will upload demo 12 as part of future blog post, so feel free to sign up for email updates on my blog.  Otherwise, a similar custom HTA can be found on my blog already at https://t3chn1ck.wordpress.com/2011/09/22/osd-options-chooser-v2/ […]

    OSD Options Chooser v3 | t3chn1ck said:
    June 6, 2013 at 11:24 am

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