The Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager 2007 console uses wizards, but you cannot use the Configuration Manager 2007 console wizard framework to extend or add wizards. You can, however, launch your own wizard solution by using Configuration Manager actions and a custom assembly that further launches the wizard.
Custom Wizard Assembly
The custom wizard assembly is responsible for collecting any data passed in from the Configuration Manager console, and passing it on to the wizard. You use the Configuration Manager AssemblyType Action action to call your custom wizard assembly, because it provides the data passed from the Configuration Manager console.
To create the custom wizard assembly, you create a standard managed application assembly. You can use the steps described in How to Create a Configuration Manager Dialog Box as a guide. The form XML is not required.
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