Recently I had a requirement to create a PowerShell script that read text file/CSV for list of clients (servers mainly) and check if they appear in SCCM if so delete them ,track the information into log file for reference.

There could be various reasons why do you want to delete computer record from SCCM and for that, you can either delete the record directly from the console or use scripting to do it for you.

One of of the reason for me to create this script is ,to help the team to delete the server records from SCCM after they decom immediately using task scheduler. Why immediate ? can't I wait for default maintenance tasks to remove the computer object after it becomes inactive or aged ? well ,it does . Once the computer record is disabled in AD or not online for X days ,It becomes inactive . Once the client is inactive and fall into the range X days to match site maintenance tasks  then it will be removed from SCCM database . When I leave these decom clients for deletion using site maintenance tasks ,these decom servers do appear in compliance reports and client health reports in SCCM and because of this ,the client health dashboard doesn’t appear in good status. Read ful post on