I always use a HTA (UI++) for my SCCM Task Sequences to fill a lot of variables at the start of the sequence, however i was recently asked to make a Zero Touch (ZTI) build for Windows 10 for a specific department. This is a pretty simple request however the main hurdle was dynamically setting part of the computer name as we use Location-Serial.
In this case im lucky as the Location is fixed, its just the serial i need to worry about.
Here is a simple PoSH script to set your PC name to FIXEDVALUE-Serial (last 7 digits)
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|Created on: 22/04/2016 16:27|
|Created by: dpadgett|
|Names PC during SCCM OSD With Fixed Value (HAIG) + Serial from WMI (Truncated) (LOC = Location)|
|$Serial = Get-WmiObject –Query 'select IdentifyingNumber from Win32_ComputerSystemProduct' –Namespace 'Root\cimv2'|
|$Model = Get-WmiObject –Query 'select Name from Win32_ComputerSystemProduct' –Namespace 'Root\cimv2'|
|$SerialNo = $Serial.IdentifyingNumber.SubString(3)|
|$TS = New-Object –ComObject "Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment"|
|$TS.Value("OSDComputername") = 'LOC-' + $SerialNo|
|## Example Locatio would be LOC-54477X4|
|$TS.Value("XModel") = $Model.Name|
All you need to do now is add this PS1 to your scripts folder, and create a step at the start of your Task Sequence.