SCCM – 52 Operational Collections

There is an excellent Powershell download available giving you 52 operational collections within SCCM. You should go over to the link below and take a look: 52 SCCM Powershell Collections Full list of collections created using the Powershell script are: All Clients All Clients Active All Client Inactive All Clients R2 CU0 All Clients R2

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SCCM Collection based on Active Directory Organisation Unit (OU) Membership

You may want to create a Configuration Manager Collection based upon an Active Directory Organisation Unit. To do this you can use the following WQL code and then simply amend the last part to be the Organisation Unit that you want to base the Collection on: SELECT SMS_R_USER.ResourceID, SMS_R_USER.ResourceType, SMS_R_USER.Name, SMS_R_USER.UniqueUserName, SMS_R_USER.WindowsNTDomain FROM SMS_R_User WHERE

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SCCM Query – Report on Distribution Point Statuses

In Configuration Manager 2012, there is a section under the Monitoring ribbon called Distribution Status. This will give you a lot of information about your distributions and your distribution points. If you look at Distribution Point Configuration Status, this gives you a good understanding of whether your drivers, packages, applications and images have deployed correctly

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