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SCCM SQL query to report the number of updates installed on each machine

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Hi guys, does anyone have a query that will count the number of windows updates installed on every machine?
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I've found the following SELECT in this article:
SELECT COMP.Name0 AS 'Machine Name', COMP.UserName0 AS 'Username', COMP.Manufacturer0 AS 'Make', COMP.Model0 AS 'Model', 
COMP.SystemType0 AS 'Architecture', COMP.TotalPhysicalMemory0/1024 AS 'RAM', 
ARP.Publisher0 AS 'Publisher', ARP.DisplayName0 AS 'Program', ARP.Version0 AS 'Version', 
ARP.InstallDate0 AS 'Install Date', ARP.ProdID0 AS 'Product ID'
FROM v_Add_Remove_Programs ARP 
JOIN v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM COMP on ARP.ResourceID = COMP.ResourceID

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Thanks Vitor, I can make it work from that.
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