That’s just looking at the hardware inventory class, which doesn’t eliminate 
inactive or obsolete records.

Join it to v_r_system_valid and that should clean up your data.

Here is what we use:

SELECT csp.Vendor0 [Vendor], csp.Version0 [Model_Name], csp.Name0 
[Model_Number], COUNT(*) AS [Count]
FROM            v_R_System_valid sys INNER JOIN
                v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM_PRODUCT csp ON sys.ResourceID = 
GROUP BY csp.Vendor0, csp.Version0, csp.Name0
ORDER BY Model_Name, Model_Number

Daniel Ratliff

From: [] On 
Behalf Of Marcum, John
Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2016 8:41 AM
To: <> <>
Subject: RE: [mssms] RE: Help with computer models report

When you are doing a count don’t you have to add anything from the select in to 
the group by?

[] On Behalf Of Miller, Todd
Sent: Thursday, September 22, 2016 7:32 AM
To: <<>> 
Subject: Re: [mssms] RE: Help with computer models report

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What if you group just by model?  Is the report being thrown off by the double 
group by?  I seem to always have trouble when double grouping.  As long as you 
don't have two manufacturers with the same model- should be ok to group by 
model only.

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On Sep 22, 2016, at 05:12, Garth Jones 
<<>> wrote:
What is the other report?
How many more does it see?
This query look right, you should only see a few extra at best, due to dupe and 
deleted pcs.

[] On Behalf Of Murray, Mike
Sent: September 21, 2016 7:26 PM
Subject: [mssms] Help with computer models report


I am using the following query to get a list of all computers models in our DB 
plus the count of each. But this report returns more values than should exist. 
Example, it says we have 450 of Dell XXXXX, but through other reports I count 
far less. Ideas?

,       Model0
,       COUNT(*) AS 'Count'

GROUP BY  Manufacturer0, Model0


Best Regards,

Mike Murray
Desktop Engineer/IT Consultant - IT Support Services
California State University, Chico

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