This query will show you all the members for each of your queue's in HD 6. It will require a bit of effort on your part to figure out the ID numbers of your Queues (versus workers) but I think it is time well spent. I put this together in about 10 minutes so it won't take long.
You can find your queue ID numbers in one of two ways:
1.) Visit my former article on writing a query for worker/queue names and ID's.
2.) Run the following query:
In the above query, it is a little tedious to scroll through the list of workers and queues. I found that there were 2 ways to cut down the result set:
- None of my queues had an NT_ID
- Several of my contacts had no email set
By adding this logic to my query I had:
NT_ID = ''
email != ''
That query gave me a much more manageable list to get my ID's.With your ID numbers written down, in notepad, or whatever you fancy we will continue to our real query.
name AS 'Queue Name',
email AS 'Members'
id IN ('ID','ID','ID')
You just need to place your ID numbers into the 'ID' placeholders above. A real example might be: id IN ('7','9','30','7431'). The result of this you need to head over to your Altiris 6 Console Reports tab and create a new report with your query pasted into it. When you run the query you should see a list of your Queues and their respective members. To take this further you could build a workflow that shows a dropdown of all of the Queue names and then displays their members or you could create a report that accepts a parameter and then looks at the corresponding queue.