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Add logging to scripts in SCVMM application configurations

I recently created and deployed a SCVMM service template, something that I haven’t done in long time.  I found a great post to job my memory (http://itproctology.blogspot.com/2013/02/scvmm-service-template-for-first-dc-in_12.html ) and was going great guns, until I tried to deploy it.  

The deploy was failing on a script  error, but looking at the deployed server (is this case a windows domain controller), the script had worked.  I scratched my head a bit and then realised that i hadn’t specified any login. 

You add scripts to Application Configurations, which are applied to VM templates – the link above, shows how to do this.  What I missed was that I didn’t specify log paths for the Standard and Error messages.  These can be set by clicking the advance button on the Application Configuration page (Left).  

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