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Need to move a number of systems from one collection to another in SCCM 2012

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I have about 400 systems that I need to move into a collection from another collection.

How can I do this using a text file containing the list of systems?
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This PowerShell scripts adds computer from a text file to a collection (direct membership).

http://henryhazot.wordpress.com/2013/10/31/sccm-2012-sp1-powershell-3-adding-computers-to-collection-from-file/

The collection you want to remove the systems was filled via direct membership?
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To remove a direct membership rule, use remove-cmdevicecollectiondirectmembershiprule
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