Upcoming versions of the SCCM will allow you to enter PowerShell script directly in the Task Sequence Editor (TS Editor). Here are some hints about this new function, which was introduced within the Technical Preview 1811 of ConfigMgr.
Microsoft has just released the Technical Preview 1811 of the System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). This version of ConfigMgr allows administrators to directly enter PowerShell script into task sequences.
This change allows you to run PowerShell commands during a task sequence without first creating and distributing a package with the script. In this tech community article, Microsoft provides some details about this feature in SCCM.
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