Updating ports collection
For example, you can create a collection of users who are a member of the Human Resources organizational unit in Active Directory Domain Services.Unlike direct rule collections, this collection membership automatically updates when you add or remove new users to the Human Resources organizational unit.For each collection that you create, you can configure power settings such as how soon computers in the collection go into sleep mode when they are inactive.For more information about how to use collections with power management, see Power Management in Configuration Manager.For example, before you can deploy software updates to devices, you must identify a collection for the deployment of software updates.Although you can use the built-in collection of All Systems, using this collection for management tasks is not a best practice.
Query rules dynamically update the membership of a collection based on a query that Configuration Manager runs on a schedule.
The following table shows some examples for how you might use collections in Configuration Manager: You can create collections that logically group resources that are based on your organization’s hierarchy.
For example, you could create a collection of all computers that reside in the ‘London Headquarters’ Active Directory Organizational Unit (OU).
For more information about maintenance windows, see How to Use Maintenance Windows in Configuration Manager.
Most management tasks rely on using one or more collections.