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Howdy! Has anyone had any luck with gathering HP warranty information in SCCM hardware scans? I have found a bit of information saying that the most common way was a mix of scripts and custom .MOF's using this guide, however apparently these dont really work now as HP has changed the links used. Was curious to know if anyone has found a way? Have been reading the forum below and its starting to look a bit like we may need a paid service to gather the information? https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/office/en-US/eb004c1c-de23-403a-8ff3-cd4c6d9da4b8/has-anyone-managed-to-get
NOTE: Cross posted to Technet Forums I have used the Dell Client Integration Pack to import warranty data into SCCM. I imported their Warranty report which gives me information on all Dell systems in the database. How can I go about limiting this report to return data only from a specific collection? SELECT v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM.Name0 AS Name, DellWarrantyInformation.Service_Tag AS [serial Number], DellWarrantyInformation.Build, DellWarrantyInformation.Region, DellWarrantyInformation.LOB AS [Line of Business], DellWarrantyInformation.System_Model AS [system Model],
I've been looking into finding a way to pull the warranty info of our pc's into SCCM. I found the Dell Client Integration Pack but don't know much about it. Does it work as it is advertised? Any gotcha's I need to know about before installing it on our SCCM server? Any tips? Does it actually pull the warranty of every Dell device and show in SCCM or some report? Sorry for so many questions, just don't know anything about it yet but it sounds like it could save me a bunch of time each year trying to provide replacement numbers to management.