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SCCM 2012 Collection Query

Posted on 2014-04-16
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All created machines appear in "All Systems".  There are additional Device Collections created for each tester.  Each collection then has a query to locate machines that contain the tester's initials.  Example: Tester name CC.

The collection criteria is System.Name is like "CC%"

The query is only adding machines to the collection that contain a client.  The machines do appear in All Systems with no client.

I would like machines, whether they do or do not have a client installed, and have System.Name is like "CC%" to get added.

I have attempted to include SMS_R_System.Client = % but it doesn't work...
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I assume that Query you use contains Information which is only available when the Client has an agent.
So please use this one:

select * from SMS_R_System where SMS_R_System.Name like "CC%"
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Fantastic! Exactly what I asked for.
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