You might come to the same spot, where you would like to split your Windows 10 devices into different collections based on the Windows 10 Version. I will show to you, how easy you can achieve that, but let me say first, that this could be implemented from Microsoft Out-Of-The-Box.
If you are using System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch (CB) and Windows 10, you will have a nice Windows 10 Servicing Dashboard within your Software Library, to open it, just click on “Windows 10 Servicing” within the Software Library:
So, it would be great, if we could just click on the Version that is of interest for us, and as like as on the SCEP Dashboards, a new collection would be opened, with all the Devices. If you also think that this would be a benefit to the ConfigMgr Console, please Support my suggestion on the official Configuration Manager feedback uservoice:
But now, let me come back to my header, that is telling, how you can create collections for this purpose by yourself. You may question yourself, how you can get a reliable information about Version, Builds and cumulative Updates for Windows 10, then this Link may help you:
You will find all the Information, that is required to create collections, based on your requirements. Mine is quite simple, I want to create Collections, based on the Windows 10 Version. I go ahead, and create a new collection named Windows 10 1507, even the first Release was often called RTM, official use would be 1507, see the following picture:
So the new collection is called “Windows 10 1507:
Then I add a Query based rule to the collection, with the Options as shown in the following Picture:
This query is based on the Hardware Inventory of the ConfigMgr Agent, so be sure to have the Inventory up and running!
Hope this helps