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SCCM Direct Membership Multiple Values

Posted on 2011-02-17
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Extremely new with SCCM 2007, attempting to run a driver update to multiple computers.  However we are using an inventory list (Excel sheet) to determine the exact model.  I am wondering if there is a way to add multiple system resource (Resource class) name (Attribute name) values using the Direct Membership Rule Wizard?  From my experience it only allows me to enter one name or a wild card (%) however I am unable to determine the model number this way.
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I think I may have figured this out, it involves a query similar to this.

select *
from   SMS_R_System
where  SMS_R_System.Name in (
                             "Client1",
                             "Client2",
                             "Client3",
                             "Client4"
                            )

I just put the workstation names in the "_",
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by:Toxacon
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You can do a direct rule like you did or you can do a dynamic collection based on inventory. For example, the computer model will usually be found on hardware inventory and the old driver has name xxxxx.dll and a version n.nn.nnn. You combine these three pieces of information with AND and you propably will get the required dynamic collection of computers of spcific model and old driver.
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by:Conexus_IT
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It solved the issue however given my lack of SCCM knowledge was sufficient.
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