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Whats the quickest way to tell what SCCM client you have on a server
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- From the SCCM Console, which can be installed on a SCCM server or any network computer:
Viewing the properties of computers in collections and queries (It is also possible to have a column with that property)

- From a SCCM Client Computer:
a) Openthe Systems Management icon in Control Panel on the client itself and then check the 'Components' tab.
b) Reading the following registry entry:
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\SMS\Client\Client Components\ SMS Client Base Components\Installation Properties|Installed Version

- Using PowerShell:
You can use the cmdlet: Get-CMDDevice -CollectionName <YourCollectionOrComputer>
Example: Get-CMDDevice -CollectionName "AllSystems"
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