Last updated on April 16th, 2023 at 11:27 pm
If you want to report on the server names and properties of those servers that you have within your Configuration Manager environment then you can run this query directly on your SQL database or you can use it to create a report within SSRS.
How to create a Configuration Manager Report using SSRS
The query is below and can be altered to fit your own needs by adding columns and tables if or where required.
CS.name0 AS ‘Server Name’,
OS.Caption0 AS ‘OS’,
CU.Manufacturer0 AS ‘Manufacturer’,
CU.Model0 AS ‘Model’,
RAM.TotalPhysicalMemory0/1024 AS [RAM (MB)],
Processor.Name0 AS ‘Processor’,
BIOS.ReleaseDate0 AS ‘BIOS Manufacture Date’,
OS.InstallDate0 AS ‘OS Install Date’
FULL JOIN v_GS_PC_BIOS BIOS on BIOS.ResourceID = CS.ResourceID
FULL JOIN v_GS_OPERATING_SYSTEM OS on OS.ResourceID = CS.ResourceID
FULL JOIN V_GS_X86_PC_MEMORY RAM on RAM.ResourceID = CS.ResourceID
FULL JOIN v_GS_PROCESSOR Processor on Processor.ResourceID=CS.ResourceID
FULL JOIN v_GS_SYSTEM_ENCLOSURE SE on SE.ResourceID = CS.ResourceID
FULL JOIN v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM CU on CU.ResourceID = CS.ResourceID
WHERE CS.Operating_System_Name_and0 LIKE ‘%nt%server%’ and CS.Client0 = 1
ORDER BY CS.Name0<
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