Let’s check the details of ConfigMgr CMPivot Query to Find Clients not Part of any Boundary Groups. This CMPivot query is published in Community Hub and all the credits to Microsoft PFE Zvensch. With this query, you can find clients that are not part of any boundaries.
The clients won’t be able to get any of the policies when the clients are not part of any boundary groups. So, this CMPivot query helps to identify problematic clients and fix the boundary issues. I would recommend reading more about the process of creating boundary groups.
You can use Community Hub on Windows Server Operating System with the ConfigMgr Current Branch 2010 or later. That means you can access the community hub from the primary server or any other server with an SCCM admin console. You can check the prerequisites of Community Hub from Microsoft Docs.
How to Access Community Hub & Download
Let’s check how to access community hub from ConfigMgr primary server console.
- Navigate \Community\Community hub.
- Select the CMPivot query called Client without Boundary.
- Click on the Download button.
- Click on Your Downloads tab.
NOTE! – I’m not able to find the location where the CMPivot query is stored. Let me know in the comments section if you know the location.
You can get the CMPivot query to find the list of “Clients not Part of Any Boundary Groups” in your ConfigMgr environment. You can check the GitHub repository to check the details of this CMPivot query.
NOTE! – CMPivot query can give you the results of the ONLINE devices available at the time of execution of the query.
CcmLog('LocationServices') | where LogText contains 'Client is not in any boundary group.' | project Device, LogText, DateTime
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