Sccm dynamic collection not updating
Michael is certified in SCCM, MDOP, Systems Management Server (SMS), System Center Operations Manager (SCOM), App-V and Windows.
Resource Id not in (select Resource ID from SMS_Full Collection Membership where collection ID=’MV100013‘) Change the collection ID to the previous collection Click OK Click Next, Summary Done: You now have those systems WITH Java and those systems that are NOT in the collection of workstations with Java Michael is a senior infrastructure lead consultant for Catapult Systems and blogs about System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM), Microsoft Desktop Optimization Pack (MDOP) and Windows Server R2.
Direct membership rules should be created when you want to target a very specific user or SMS client.
Direct membership rules are not automatically updatable; therefore, any change of targeted resources is a manual process.
Direct rule collections have a higher administrative overhead than query rule collections because you must modify this collection type manually.
Client from SMS_R_System inner join SMS_G_System_ADD_REMOVE_PROGRAMS on SMS_G_System_ADD_REMOVE_PROGRAMS. Resource Id where SMS_G_System_ADD_REMOVE_PROGRAMS. Display Name like "Java 7 Update 13" Click next, next, next NOTE the collection ID MV100013 Create a NEW Collection Called Workstations WITHOUT Java 1.7 cu13 Next Click “add query Rule” Click “show Query Language” Edit Query PASTE the below code into the query Box select SMS_R_SYSTEM. Without that information, it'll be difficult for you to know when you have to spend additional time tracking noncompliant devices.Table 1 shows sample compliance criteria for workstations.In this post we will be looking at using SCCM dynamic queries to populate collections in our deployments.As a SCCM administrator, you most likely had to plan out mass deployments to all your servers or workstations or even both.