SCCM 2007 can i change the look of the computer icon someway based on the importance of the server?

Posted on 2011-10-15
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
I wanted to have some other that the name why of disignating a sever as PROD like a different color or icon , my issue is I have no naming convnetion for my server a prod server could ne abcd1

and a test server abcd2

i need to find a way to change the icon or some way to tell what is produciton and what is not from the SCCM console
Question by:NAMEWITHELD12
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    as far as I am aware it is not possible sorry
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    Is there any property which indicates the System? So you could build different Collections based on this values..
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    by:Nagendra Pratap Singh
    Several of our clients use this format

    OMAPSQLPROD = omaha physical sql production
    AUSPSQLSTG = Austin physical sql Staging

    other use USSCLProd = US SANTA CLARA .

    If your people use things like this then you are all set.

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