Copy Discovery Data from the SCCM console

Prajwal Desai
Posted by Prajwal Desai

One of the most popular feature of SCCM technical preview 2004 is the ability to copy discovery data from the SCCM console. Let’s take a look at this new feature in detail.

Yes it is now possible to copy or even export the discovery data of a user or device in the SCCM console. This feature was actually an UserVoice feedback, and Microsoft decided to get this added in 2004 TP.

The feature to copy discovery data from the SCCM console is currently introduced in technical preview 2004. However I wish to see this feature added in the next current branch release.

So with this new feature you can copy discovery data from devices and users in the console. In addition to copying the data, you can export them all to a .csv file. These new actions make it easier for you to quickly get this data from the console.

For example, if you had to copy the MAC address of a device before you re-image it, it was too tedious to do that. But with the copy feature, you can quickly copy the MAC address of a device. Let me show you how this feature works.

Copy Discovery Data from the SCCM console

  • In the SCCM console, go to the Assets and Compliance workspace.
  • Right click an user or device and click Properties.
  • On the General tab, in the Discovery data list, select one or more properties.
  • Right-click the selection, and click Copy Value.
Copy Discovery Data from the SCCM console
Copy Discovery Data from the SCCM console

When you right click a selection, you will find the following options.

  • Copy value – This copies just the value. You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + C to copy the data.
  • Copy property and value – Copies both the property name and the corresponding value. You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + Shift + C.
  • Select all – Selects all properties and values. Useful if you want copy all the discovery data of device or a user. You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl + A.
  • Save results as – First select properties and save values to a comma-separated values (CSV) file.

Export all Discovery data of a Device

Let’s try exporting all the discovered data of a device to .csv file by selecting all the details.

Select all the discovery data of a device > right click and click Save Results As..

Copy Discovery Data from the SCCM consoleSpecify a file name to export the discovery data.

Export Discovery Data from the SCCM console

Here is how the exported data looks.

Azure Active Directory Device ID 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
Azure Active Directory Tenant ID 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
Active Yes
Active Directory Site Name Default-First-Site-Name
Agent Name “SMS_AD_SYSTEM_DISCOVERY_AGENT”, “SMS_AD_SECURITY_GROUP_DISCOVERY_AGENT”, “MP_ClientRegistration”, “Heartbeat Discovery”
Agent Site “TEC”
Agent Time (UTC) 5/3/2020 11:22 PM
Always Internet No
OOB Full Version
OOB Status
Operating System Build 10.0.18363
Full Operating System Build 10.0.18363.778
Client Yes
Agent Edition Windows desktop or server
Client Type Computer
Client Version 5.00.8991.1000
CPU Type Intel64 Family 6 Model 158 Stepping 12
Creation Date (UTC) 05-03-2020 13:16
Decommissioned No
Device Owner Company
Disable Windows Update Access
Distinguished Name CN=WIN10PRO,CN=Computers,DC=PRAJWAL,DC=LOCAL
DNS Forest GUID 4BC925C7-4CF2-4FFA-A43A-9803635C6931
Do Not Connect To WU Locations
Exchange Device ID
ESU Value 00000000-0000-0000-0000-000000000000
Full Domain Name PRAJWAL.LOCAL
Hardware ID 2:98564437C937C64E65CE2BCCDE050BD4ADDF9842
Internet Enabled No
IP Addresses “”, “fe80::3154:20ac:f73d:6011”
IP Subnets “”
IPv6 Addresses
IPv6 Prefixes
Connected Standby Capable No
Machine Assigned to User No
OOB Compatible
Machine Changes Persisted Yes
Portable Operating System FALSE
Virtual Machine Yes
Write Filter Support No
Last Logon Time Stamp (UTC) 05-03-2020 09:25
Last Logon User Domain
Last Logon User Name
MAC Addresses “00:0C:29:85:38:A3”
Management Authority ConfigMgr
MDM Compliance Status
Device Category ID
Obsolete No
Operating System Name and Version Microsoft Windows NT Workstation 10.0
Operating System Readiness Branch Do not defer upgrades
Previous ConfigMgr UUID GUID:CD8BE453-D7DB-47B4-972F-F8F14293ED61
Primary Group ID 515
Publisher Device ID
Resource Domain Or Workgroup PRAJWAL
Resource ID 16777222
Resource Type System
Security Group Name “PRAJWAL\Domain Computers”
Sense ID
Serial Number
SID S-1-5-21-2546969864-1982743984-229239267-1108
BIOS GUID 9CAF4D56-7FB2-E8A9-3B9D-E8BF608538A3
Configuration Manager Assigned Sites “TEC”
Configuration Manager Installed Sites “TEC”
Configuration Manager Resident Sites “TEC”
Configuration Manager Unique Identifier GUID:CD8BE453-D7DB-47B4-972F-F8F14293ED61
Configuration Manager UUID Change Date 05-03-2020 17:51
SNMP Community Name
Disable Automatic Provisioning
System Container Name “PRAJWAL\COMPUTERS”
System Group Name “PRAJWAL\Domain Computers”
System OU Name
System Roles
Unknown Computer
User Account Control 4,096
Virtual Machine Host Name
Virtual Machine Type Physical
Retire/Wipe Status
Windows To Go Unique Key
Sync Request State
Approved Approved
Blocked No
Activation Lock Bypass State
Activation Lock State
Passcode Reset State
Remote Lock State
Is Supervised
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Prajwal Desai
Posted by Prajwal Desai
Prajwal Desai is a Microsoft MVP in Intune and SCCM. He writes articles on SCCM, Intune, Windows 365, Windows Server, Windows 11, WordPress and other topics, with the goal of providing people with useful information.
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