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This is what a default settings.ini looks like when created by MDT Administrator 1.0.0.4
(Note that wordwrapping on this page makes it look like not all example lines are commented out with a hashtag, but they should be in the file offcourse.)



#Except for changing the value of these variables, DO NOT MODIFY this file.
#Modifying this file can cause malfunction in the application.
#
#Variables
#
#constraintcomputerroles
#If you want computers to only be allowed to have one role, set to 1. DEFAULT 0.
#
#sqlauth
#If you want to use sql authentication instead of windows authentication to connect to your MDT Database, set to 1. DEFAULT 0.
#
#domainDCs
#Put your domain controller FQDN e.g dc.mydomain.com after this variable to enable Active Directory OU Validation on MachineObjectOU variables.
#To verify against multiple domains, you can separate with semicolon e.g. dc.mydomain.com;dc.myseconddomain.com (Do not include any spaces!)
#
#sccmlogonmethod
#Values: sso | specific (sso is recommended as using specific requires you to expose user credentials in clear text in this file)
#
#sccmusername
#Put username to connect to your SCCM server here. Only required if using sccmlogonmethod specific
#
#sccmpassword
#Put password for the user used to connect to your SCCM server. Only required if using sccmlogonmethod specific
#
#sccmserver
#Put FQDN to your SCCM server e.g. sccmsiteserver.mydomain.com after this variable to make use of SCCM Operations Button Set
#
#sccmsitecode
#Enter the sitecode of your SCCM site
#
#osdcollectionid
#Enter the SCCM collectionID of the collection you use to advertise OS Deployment in SCCM
#
constraintcomputerroles 0
sqlauth 0
domainDCs dc.mydomain.com
sccmlogonmethod sso
sccmusername sccmusername
sccmpassword sccmpassword
sccmserver mysccmserver.mydomain.com
sccmsitecode mysitecode
osdcollectionid 0


Last edited Jun 7, 2013 at 1:40 PM by chrisofsweden, version 9

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