SCCM – Create a device collection based on Exchange Server role


Following on from our recent posts for Configuration Manager collection queries, we have another one here for all devices that are Microsoft Exchange servers.

Go ahead and create a new device collection and then use this query:

inner join SMS_G_System_SERVICE
on SMS_G_System_SERVICE.ResourceId = SMS_R_System.ResourceId
where SMS_G_System_SERVICE.Name like “Microsoft Exchange%”

Save the query and you should now see a collection of all your Exchange Servers.

Just be careful with copying and pasting in case the formatting of the symbols comes out incorrectly. Check these first if your collection fails to import and devices.

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One Comment on “SCCM – Create a device collection based on Exchange Server role”

  1. Did something change? How does this query works, since the SMS_G_System_SERVICE.Name looks for the Service Name (MSExchange%) not the Display Name (at least in CM1809)?

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