Not getting enough time to blog as I am daily geeting new challenges now a days & I am loving it.
Although SCCM is not my domain but I came across a method that I have used for building SCCM queries easily.
I have used easy query builder easyquerybuilder (Thanks to its creator , its free)
Just connect it to SQL & see the magic.
You can just drag & drop to make queries (I have made below query that tell me what patch I am missing from my servers)
All my servers are in Messaging OU in Active Directory.
SELECT v_R_System.Netbios_Name0 AS “v_R_System Netbios_Name0”, v_GS_WORKSTATION_STATUS.LastHWScan AS “v_GS_WORKSTATION_STATUS LastHWScan”, v_UpdateInfo.UpdateType AS “v_UpdateInfo UpdateType”, v_UpdateInfo.ArticleID AS “v_UpdateInfo ArticleID”, v_UpdateInfo.BulletinID AS “v_UpdateInfo BulletinID”, v_UpdateComplianceStatus.Status AS “v_UpdateComplianceStatus Status”
FROM ((((v_R_System AS v_R_System
INNER JOIN v_GS_WORKSTATION_STATUS AS v_GS_WORKSTATION_STATUS ON (v_R_System.ResourceID = v_GS_WORKSTATION_STATUS.ResourceID ))
INNER JOIN v_UpdateComplianceStatus AS v_UpdateComplianceStatus ON (v_UpdateComplianceStatus.ResourceID = v_R_System.ResourceID ))
INNER JOIN v_UpdateInfo AS v_UpdateInfo ON (v_UpdateInfo.CI_ID = v_UpdateComplianceStatus.CI_ID ))
INNER JOIN v_RA_System_SystemOUName AS v_RA_System_SystemOUName ON (v_R_System.ResourceID = v_RA_System_SystemOUName.ResourceID ))
v_RA_System_SystemOUName.System_OU_Name0 LIKE ‘%Messaging%’ )
Below are the meaning of values for the results you obtain.
0 = Detection state unknown
1 = Update is not required
2 = Update is required
3 = Update is installed
Hope this will help some of us…like it helped me…