Client Schedule ID’s

Client Schedule ID’s

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I get asked this quite often so I have been compiling a list of the Schedule ID’s for a Config Manager client.  This is not a complete list by no means but I think that it is most of them.  I add to it as I find new ones.

Hardware Inventory Collection Task


Software Inventory Collection Task


Heartbeat Discovery Cycle


Software Inventory File Collection Task


Request Machine Policy Assignments


Evaluate Machine Policy Assignments


Refresh Default MP Task


Refresh Location Services Task


Location Services Cleanup Task


Software Metering Report Cycle


Source Update Manage Update Cycle


Policy Agent Cleanup Cycle


Request Machine Policy Assignments


Certificate Maintenance Cycle


Peer Distribution Point Status Task


Peer Distribution Point Provisioning Status Task


Compliance Interval Enforcement


Software Updates Agent Assignment Evaluation Cycle


Send Unsent State Messages


State Message Manager Task


Force Update Scan


AMT Provision Cycle



You can use the above codes to kick off different events on the client.  There are several scripts out there that will allow you to to do this.  One of the most used is the SendSched.vbs file from the SMS 2003 Toolkit2.  The toolkit can be downloaded from this link.

  • Linking to mwiles' post:

  • Well this is an ancient post, but you can also leverage wmic to trigger these schedules. Here's an example to trigger hinv:

    wmic /node:"[COMPUTERNAME]" /namespace:\\root\ccm path sms_client call TriggerSchedule sScheduleID="{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000001}"

  • Here is a wmi for kicking off the application eval cycle in SCCM 2012.

    wmic /node:"[COMPUTERNAME]" /namespace:\\root\ccm path sms_client call TriggerSchedule sScheduleID="{00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000121}"

  • This is an older post and it looks like things for CM12R2 etc are missing. Has anyone created a updated list?

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