Sccm dynamic collection not updating
Operating System Name and Version is like %Workstation%[/su_box]Let’s press Show Query Language to go in text edit mode.As you can see above, I added: [su_box title=”Append the following to your query” style=”glass” title_color=”#F0F0F0″] and SMS_R_SYSTEM. Resource ID from SMS_R_System inner join SMS_Classic Deployment Asset Details on SMS_Classic Deployment Asset Details. Resource ID where SMS_Classic Deployment Asset Details.Ok, now that we have that dynamic query up and running, why not try and improve on the overall deployment technique, shall we?As you know, a program will be deployed when the Assignment schedule time is reached.If I target a deployment for 500 workstations, I would like to see that collection drop to 50, 40, 25 or whatever the count of objects as the deployment succeeds on workstations. So I will list all relevant information below for your queries, but aside from monitoring or reporting purposes, you won’t be able to rerun a deployment, unless you really delete and recreate a new deployment.So I stated earlier, we start with a very basic package for 7-Zip.In this post we will be looking at using SCCM dynamic queries to populate collections in our deployments.
With this said, we need to approve clients once they show up in the SCCM console.
As I said earlier, the goal of this post is not necessarily to replace your deployment methods.
It’s simply to give you an alternate method of deploying software on your objects and viewing in real time the success of the deployment.
Deployment ID = “XYZ12345” and SMS_Classic Deployment Asset Details.
Status Type = “1”)[/su_box]Replace XYZ12345 in the above query with your Deployment ID.