Get ConfigMgr Client Versions with PowerShell

When upgrading your ConfigMgr site, or installing an update that creates a new ConfigMgr client package, it can be helpful to monitor the rollout of the new client version in your environment.

I put together this PowerShell function which uses my New-WPFMessageBox function to graphically display the count and percentage of client versions in the ConfigMgr site. The data comes from a SQL query, so you’ll need minimum db_datareader access to your ConfigMgr database with your logged-in account, as well as the New-WPFMessageBox function.

By default, it shows only active systems, but you can include inactive systems by checking the box.

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