Building property numbers

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lrawlins
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Building property numbers

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Hi,

As a Stake Tech Specialist I have a database of computers in our stake and am now expanding to include copiers and A/V equipment.

Is there a way to look up the building property numbers for each location?

I know I have a property number on the satellite receiver in our Stake Center and would like to find the numbers associated with the other buildings.

Thanks,
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lrawlins wrote:Hi,

As a Stake Tech Specialist I have a database of computers in our stake and am now expanding to include copiers and A/V equipment.

Is there a way to look up the building property numbers for each location?

I know I have a property number on the satellite receiver in our Stake Center and would like to find the numbers associated with the other buildings.

Thanks,
One way to find them is in CDOL. If you search on your unit, on that organization summary page under general information you can see the property number.
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Each Receiver has a serial number and a property number on it, you could access them physically and get the data that way. the SN is used when certain broadcasts are encrypted, or meant for specific locations and not others.
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Thanks!

That did the trick.

Bye,
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