The following WQL query statement can be used include an Active Directory Group in a Configuration Manager Collection.
To use you will need to create a new collection and add as a Membership Query Rule.
Note: You will need to replace “GRP_Group” with your AD group name.
select SMS_R_USERGROUP.ResourceID,SMS_R_USERGROUP.ResourceType,SMS_R_USERGROUP.Name,SMS_R_USERGROUP.UniqueUsergroupName,SMS_R_USERGROUP.WindowsNTDomain from SMS_R_UserGroup where SMS_R_UserGroup.UsergroupName = "GRP_Group"
How to create a new collection in SCCM
- With the Configuration manager Console window open
- Right-click the ‘Collections’ node and select ‘New Collection’
- Enter in an appropriate name for the collection, for example “Workstations with Office 2010 SP1”
- Click ‘Next’
- Click on the ‘Query Rule’icon (it looks like a yellow cylinder)
- Enter an appropriate name for the query and limit to your workstation collection (if required – but NOT suggested for the Apple Mac Systems query!)
- Click on the ‘Edit Query Statement’ button
- Select the ‘Show Query Language’ button
- Delete any text already in the ‘Query Statement’ box and copy and paste the query above into the box
- Click ‘OK’ and then ‘OK’ to return to the New Collection Wizard
- Click ‘Next’,‘Next’,‘Next’ and then ‘Finish’
- You may need to refresh the collection before you’re able to see the clients listed, this is done by right-clicking on the new collection and selecting ‘Update Collection Membership’