Collections that can be moved (in my case) are:
Most of times I create a "_Unused Microsoft Collections" collection to move old/not used collections too. That way the Collection ID and used query will retained. Now it's time to create new collections or change existing collection queries. This for new Operating Systems like Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 (for example). The steps needed for that I will describe here.
First create a new collection in ConfigMgr and choose Membership rules based on direct membership. Click the [blue computer icon] and choose the query explained below. In this case I'm using a Resource class based on System Resource and a Attribute name based on "Operating System Name and Version". Choose "Dynamically add new resources" when using ConfigMgr R3 to automatically add new devices.
Furthermore don't use Collection limiting and select resources needed when displayed. Otherwise the query will not be saved. Then choose Finish, Next (3x) and Finish to save the new collection with query created. To change an existing collection query, choose collection properties, go to Membership Rules, edit the query, choose "Edit Query statement" and Criteria. Then choose edit to change the existing query.
For new Windows releases use the following queries:
- Windows Vista: Value = %Workstation 6.0%
- Windows 7: Value = %Workstation 6.1%
- Windows 8: Value = %Workstation 6.2%
- Windows Server 2008: Value = %Server 6.0%
- Windows Server 2008 R2: Value = %Server 6.1%
- Windows Server 8: Value = %Server 6.2%
That way it's possible to create new collections with support on new Operating Systems. I will add support for new Operating Systems later when available.