Proper If elseif Statement

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  • Scott
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    Oh I can so use your help here with a script I have been fighting with for a bit. I suspect it may be due to the manner I have the structure setup

    The PS script is needed to run on both a Task Sequence (TS) and as a standard App Catalog install. I have it set as two groups of an If elseif. I have included only the area where it needs to do this work. Once I have the variable set the rest of the script is working.

    # This first section is checking if the script is running in a task sequence My understanding is if this is false it will skip all this and go to the next section below

    If ($runningTaskSequence -eq $true){
    $TSEnv = New-Object -COMObject Microsoft.SMS.TSEnvironment
    $strRegioncode = $TSEnv.Value(“OSDDomainName”)

    If ($strRegioncode -eq ‘’) { $InstPath = ‘SetInstallPath’ }
    ElseIf ($strRegioncode -eq ‘’) { $InstPath = ‘SetInstallPath2’ }
    ElseIf ($strRegioncode -eq ‘’) { $InstPath = ‘SetInstallPath3’ }

    # Then this section is run for all installs. If it is run in a TS it does not matter it would get the variable and do nothing with it. As I am writing this I see I may want to set If ($runningTaskSequence -eq $false

    $strSappiDomain = (Get-WmiObject Win32_ComputerSystem).Domain

    If ($strDomain -eq ‘’) { $InstPath = ‘SetInstallPath’ }
    ElseIf ($strDomain -eq ‘’) { $InstPath = ‘SetInstallPath2’ }
    ElseIf ($strDomain -eq ‘’) { $InstPath = ‘SetInstallPath3’ }

    Before any asks what the log is saying… that is another issue the logs are not being created.

    This script runs fine if I run it via the Application Catalog and a normal deployment. Including the logs

    Your help is absolutely appreciated on this very frustrating issue.


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