SCCM – SQL Queries for Make, Model and Architectures of Devices

System Center Configuration Manager SCCM

Last updated on April 17th, 2023 at 01:00 am

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These simple SQL queries can be used to pull data from the Configuration Manager database to provide you with a count of all make, model and architecture devices in your business.


To get this information, open a new query within SQL Server Management Studio and copy and paste the query that you wish to run from the options below:


Count of all models

Model0 AS Model,
COUNT(*) AS Count

Count of all makes

manufacturer0 AS Make,
COUNT(*) AS Count
GROUP BY manufacturer0

Count of architectures

systemtype0 AS Architecture,
COUNT(*) AS Count
GROUP BY systemtype0

You can then use this data to produce Power BI or SSRS reports.

More Queries

Our full range of SQL and WQL Collection queries are available here.


If you have any questions or feedback about this post, or if you would like us to create any queries for you, please go ahead and leave us a message below in the comments section and we will get back to you as quick as we can.

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