A. Assuming the boot image has enabled command line support during the Windows Preinstallation Environment (WinPE) boot, you can press F8 then run commands to view variables. I created the following script to view the _SMSTSInWinPE and _SMSTSLaunchMode variables in a test environment.
Dim env : set env = CreateObject("Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment") wscript.echo env("_SMSTSInWinPE") wscript.echo env("_SMSTSLaunchMode")
I then ran the above script with the command "cscript showvar.vbs"
If you want to list all TS environment variables, use the following script instead.
Dim env : set env = CreateObject("Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment") For Each envVar In env.GetVariables WScript.Echo envVar & "=" & env(envVar) NextRelated Reading:
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