My customer wants to import additional SCCM Inventory information that is by default not imported. I have located "
How to Configure a Configuration Manager Connector for an Extended SMS_def.mof File" (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg507811.aspx) which details an example
using PC_BIOS information which is a single instance class in SCCM. I need to import from the Video_Controller class which is a multi-instance class. In this environment there are multiple video controllers in many of the machines. I would
assume that I would need to import all instances. The example references a key which exists as a single column in the table. The Primary key for the Video Controller class would need to be a multi-part key (MachineID and InstanceID). Does
anyone have an example of this?
There may be other data classes imported as well. Would I define them in a separate management pack or combine all of the new classes in a single management pack. I can see advantages to using both. Use single class in several management
packs to retain granularity, or insert multiple classes into a single management pack to reduce the sheer number of connectors.
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