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I have a working SQL query courtesy of Eswar Koneti (https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/SCCM-Configmgr-2012-SSRS-c482cca2/). Due to being new to SQL/SSRS custom report building, I am struggling with trying to limit the scope of these results to a specific collection. What I would like to do is add a statement in the query to limit the results to a specific collection ID(s). I am not looking to make a drop down of collections in the report. Here is what I have so far: SELECT COUNT (Total.Name0) AS 'Total Clients', COUNT (office2003.Name0) AS 'Office 2003', COUNT (Office2007.Name0)
Hi All, Would like to know if there's a way to create a new Status Filter variable (Eg. %msgsys, %msgsrc and etc.) . At the start of the TS, the user who kicked-off the TS requires to authenticate before proceeding. Would like to capture the user's details (email, givenname and sn), store these into a variable (Eg. %email, %givenname & %surname) then pass it to the SCCM Status Filter Rules. Regards, ej
Hello, at the moment I am testing sccm2012 because I have to deploy Windows 7 (with oem licenses) on a lot of exsting and new clients. I use a unattend.xml with that I disable/ skip the window to insert the windows 7 product key. Is there a chance that the client get the right computername and oem product key before it join the domain. Could the client search in a excel table (or small database) with its mac address for the corresponding computername and product key in the same line? With what toolkit (maybe MDT?) or script can I realize this? Thanks for your help Wolf