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find windows product key in sccm 2012 sp1

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Hi everybody,

 

i'd like to know if it's possible to find the windows product key information in sccm 2012 sp1?

 

Thanks for your help

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Hi!

 

In fact i'd like to create a report via report builder to know the licence key information installed on client machine! but it doesn't matter now.

 

My real goal is to create a report to know how build a report with when i type a computer name, the result give me his distribution point.

 

Do you have an idea?

 

Thanks

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My real goal is to create a report to know how build a report with when i type a computer name, the result give me his distribution point.

 

which DP a client is using is not stored within the CM12 database.

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So is it really impossible? because it's boring when you have 80 DP and 14 000 clients to search the good one !!! it's not cool :wacko:

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hi !!

 

if there is a package to send to a computer, i'd like that the computer technician find quickly at what distribution point he has to send it (there are 80 DP and a lot of subnet). I know it's possible to find but i'd like to do it faster (thanks to a report in my case).

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So I'm still not following you, Why would a Tech need to know which DP a CM12 client download the content from? When he find out which DP the content came from then what is he going to do with that info?

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Hi GarthMJ !!

 

I agree with you, i'm sorry but it's a request of my boss and yes the tech doesn't need to know about dp information. The tech only deploy the package. I suppose this information is important for the delivery of a new package (what dp to choose compared with a computer collection). I hope you understand my english !! <_<

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Ok so it is for new packages only. There is no directly linked between DPs and clients.

 

I assume that the tech should know what server name translate out to which graphic location. They select the right server or DP group and deploy the application to that server/group.

 

Why not send it to all DPs or to a DP Group? Isn't the package need at all sites or a group of sites?

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Hi !!

 

it's my idea too so i think you answered to my questions, i'll come back to you if i've an others questions !!! :)

 

bye and thank you

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