Need help with a collection or Query

I would like to create a collection or report that excludes deactivated computer accounts.  I copied over the all computers collection but could not find a variable to remove deactivated computer accounts.  

The goal is to see all active computer accounts so we can see what does not have the client installed.  

A second report that I will need to figure out is what computers do not have the client installed.
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U_ManssonCommented:
Hi

You can do this using the attribute UserAccountControl in System Resource.

For example to query for all computers with disable accounts in AD:
select distinct SMS_R_System.Name from  SMS_R_System where SMS_R_System.UserAccountControl = "4098"

If you want all computers with enable accounts change the UserAccountControl to 4096
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overflow34Author Commented:
I receive an error when trying this.  I put the code into the query and was able to save without any errors.  When I right click and select run query I receive the error below.

Run Query

The following error was reported
WBEM_E_FAILED
Running the query:
select distinct SMS_R_System.Name from  SMS_R_System where SMS_R_System.UserAccountControl = "4098"
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overflow34Author Commented:
I also receive this when using 4096
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