SDK (software development kit) is a term that refers to a set of software development tools used to create an application for software packages operating system, computer systems, software framework, and game consoles. A common tool is debugging facilities which are often presented in an IDK (integrated development environment). SDK can also include supporting documentation, such as technical notes and sample codes which a developer can reference while working on a program. Software developers implement specific kits to enable advanced functionalities and other functions, such as advertisements and push notifications. SDK is an essential component in the world of software development.

To regulary cleanup your WSUS database:

To convert a Schedule token

To query SMS Provider information

  1. Set up a connection to the Root\SMS namespace
  2. Query SMS_ProviderLocation WMI Class

To send an email when Operating system installation is completed:

To query Programs with “On any plafrom” enabled

To enable Configuration Manager EndPoint Protection collection alerts