Here is an SCCM Task Sequence Powershell script which you can use to export all the dependencies of a specific Task Sequence. It uses the the Get-CMTaskSequence CMDlet provided in the SCCM Powershell module.

How to run it:

1. Run the script using .

\Export-Task_Sequence_Dependencies.ps1 -TSID "Task Sequence Package ID

2. Open dependencies.csv to find the dependencies for the given Task Sequence.

Please provide any feedback you might have.

You can also find the script in the TechNet Gallery.

Exports a CSV of all the depedencies for a given Task Sequence.
Exports a CSV of all the depedencies for a given Task Sequence.

Author: Daniel Classon
Version: 1.0
Date: 2015/05/12
.\Export-Task_Sequence_Dependencies.ps1 -TSID P0000061
Exports a CSV of all the depedencies for Task Sequence with ID P0000061.
All scripts and other powershell references are offered AS IS with no warranty.
These script and functions are tested in my environment and it is recommended that you test these scripts in a test environment before using in your production environment.


    [Parameter(Mandatory=$True, Helpmessage="Provide the Task Sequence Package ID")]

Begin {
    #Checks if the user is in the administrator group. Warns and stops if the user is not.
    if (-NOT ([Security.Principal.WindowsPrincipal] [Security.Principal.WindowsIdentity]::GetCurrent()).IsInRole([Security.Principal.WindowsBuiltInRole] "Administrator")) {
        Write-Warning "You are not running this as local administrator. Run it again in an elevated prompt." ; break
    try {
        Import-Module (Join-Path $(Split-Path $env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH) ConfigurationManager.psd1)
    catch [System.UnauthorizedAccessException] {
        Write-Warning -Message "Access denied" ; break
    catch [System.Exception] {
        Write-Warning "Unable to load the Configuration Manager Powershell module from $env:SMS_ADMIN_UI_PATH" ; break
Process {
    $SiteCode = Get-PSDrive -PSProvider CMSITE
    Set-Location -Path "$($SiteCode.Name):\"
    $TS = Get-CMTaskSequence -TaskSequencePackageId $TSID

End {
    Set-Location -Path $env:SystemDrive
    $TS.references | select Package | Export-CSV "dependencies.csv"