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I am trying to create create a query in SCCM to show how many computers are installed with the different Powershell-versions. I suspect we have a mix of v2,v3 and v4, but I need to know how many and their computer names. Does anyone know how I can accomplish this? I couldnt find anything about this online.

I would prefer a query because I dont want to make a report (I am not comfertable with the report builder in SCCM 2012).

  • Have you done much with creating custom collections yet? – Colyn1337 Nov 24 '15 at 15:54
  • Yes I've done that, but that will also require a query? – PowerShellGirl Nov 25 '15 at 7:54
  • Good question. This Q&A makes me think there isn't a WMI query that easily reveals the WMF version. I think installations of WMF versions higher than the one in the RTM have all been distributed as Windows Updates. For example, WMF 4 for Windows 7 is KB2819745. If that is the case you should be able to infer WMF version from the OS version and whether any of the WMF updates is installed. – alx9r Nov 26 '15 at 2:45
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You can do this if you enable the Software Inventory function in your client settings. By default SINV disables scanning of C:\Windows so you need to re-enable the Powershell path %windir%\System32\WindowsPowerShell\v1.0
After that, you can create Queries or Collections that leverage the "Softare Files" attribute class to see what you have. So far I've mapped out the following values & version numbers.

v1,2 Less Than 6.2
v3   Like      6.2.%
v4   Like      6.3.%

Clientsettings ClientSettings2 QueryCriteria

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