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Disk Format Operations in System Center Orchestrator
Posted in Windows Powershell, Windows Server | No Comment | 2,572 views | 07/01/2014 14:42

This is my format disk script for System Center Orchestrator. PoSHServer and PsExec is required for operation.

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# Get Parameters
$VMName = $PoSHQuery.VMName
$DiskDrive = $PoSHQuery.DiskDrive
$DiskIndex = $PoSHQuery.DiskIndex
 
if (!$VMName -or !$DiskIndex -or !$DiskDrive)
{
	$ResultMessage = "A required parameter is not exist. Please check parameters."
	$Result = "1"
}
else
{
	# Clear Values
	$MountPoint = $Null;
	$DriveLetter = $Null;
 
	if ($DiskDrive.Length -gt "3")
	{
		$MountPoint = $DiskDrive
	}
	else
	{
		$DriveLetter = $DiskDrive	
	}	
 
	if ($DriveLetter)
	{
		$Type = "1"
 
		# Parameter Control
		if ($DriveLetter.Length -gt "1")
		{
			$DriveLetter = $DriveLetter.Remove(1)
		}
 
		# Create Drive Letter Array
		$DriveLetterArray = New-Object System.Collections.ArrayList
		$DriveLetterArray.Clear();
		$Volumes = (Get-WmiObject Win32_Volume -ComputerName $VMName)
		foreach ($Volume in $Volumes)
		{
			$VolumeLetter = $Volume.DriveLetter
			$AddArray = $DriveLetterArray.Add("$VolumeLetter")
		}
 
		# Control Drive Letter
		$DriveLetterControl = $DriveLetter + ":"
		if ($DriveLetterArray.Contains($DriveLetterControl) -eq $True)
		{
			$ResultMessage = "That drive letter is already exist in the server. Please format disk drive manually."
			$Result = "1"
		}
		else
		{
			$Result = "0"
		}
	}
	elseif ($MountPoint)
	{
		$Type = "2"
 
		$TargetDrive = $MountPoint.Remove(1)
		$TargetPath = $MountPoint.Split(":")[1]
		$TargetSharePath = "\\" + $VMName + "\" + $TargetDrive + "$" + $TargetPath
 
		$TestTargetPath = Test-Path $TargetSharePath
		if ($TestTargetPath)
		{
			$ResultMessage = "That mount point is already exist. Please format disk drive manually."
			$Result = "1"
		}
		else
		{
			$CreateTargetFolder = New-Item $TargetSharePath -ItemType Directory
 
			$Result = "0"
		}
	}
	else
	{
		$ResultMessage = "A required parameter is not exist. Please check parameters."
		$Result = "1"
	}	
}
 
if ($Result -eq "0")
{
	$Snapshot2 = (Get-WmiObject Win32_DiskDrive -ComputerName $VMName).Index
	$DiskIndex = $DiskIndex.TrimStart("index;")
	$Snapshot1 = $DiskIndex.Split(";")
	$DiffDiskIndex = (Diff $Snapshot1 $Snapshot2).InputObject
	if ($DiffDiskIndex)
	{
		$Value1 = "select disk $DiffDiskIndex"
		$Value2 = "online disk noerr"
		$Value3 = "attributes disk clear readonly"
		$Value4 = "create partition primary"
		$Value5 = "format fs=ntfs quick"
 
		if ($Type -eq "1")
		{
			$Value6 = "assign letter=$DriveLetter"
		}
 
		if ($Type -eq "2")
		{
			$Value6 = "assign mount=$MountPoint"
		}
 
		$Path = "\\" + $VMName + "\C$\diskpart.txt"
		Add-Content -Value $Value1 -Path $Path
		Add-Content -Value $Value2 -Path $Path
		Add-Content -Value $Value3 -Path $Path
		Add-Content -Value $Value4 -Path $Path
		Add-Content -Value $Value5 -Path $Path
		Add-Content -Value $Value6 -Path $Path
 
		$PsExecPath = "C:\Windows\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0\Modules\PoSHServer\http\PsExec.exe"
		$Command1 = "diskpart /s C:\diskpart.txt"
		$Shell1 = $PSExecPath + " -accepteula \\" + $VMName + " " + $Command1
		$FormatDisk = c md.exe /c $Shell1
		Remove-Item -Path $Path
 
		$ResultMessage = "Disk is successfully formatted."
		$Result = "0"
	}
	else
	{
		$ResultMessage = "No new virtual disk detected. Please check previous steps in Orchestrator."
		$Result = "1"
	}
}
 
@"
	$($ResultMessage)
"@

This is just an example to show you how to automate disk operations via Orchestrator.



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