Last updated on April 17th, 2023 at 12:36 am
To set this up, create a new collection and copy and paste this as its query:
select SMS_R_USER.ResourceID, SMS_R_USER.ResourceType, SMS_R_USER.Name, SMS_R_USER.UniqueUserName, SMS_R_USER.WindowsNTDomain from SMS_R_User where SMS_R_User.SecurityGroupName = "DomainADSecurityGroup"
You can add or remove any of the SMS_R_USER columns from the select statement but the part you will need to change is:
- “DomainADSecurityGroup” – this should be changed to the name of your own domain and after the then change this for the object name of your security group.
Then go ahead and save this query and from within your SCCM console, update the collection and you should now see all the users within the security group, in your new collection.
What does WQL mean?
WMI Query Language
What does SCCM mean?
(Microsoft) System Center Configuration Manager
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