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  1. I would like to have a dashboard that shows the aggregate uptime of all out windows servers over the course of the week, ex. 9 of 10 servers were up and did not go down over the last week, we had 90% uptime. As well as a list of the servers that went down. When digging around it seems like this is something I could do with an SLA dashboard but it doesn't seem to quite do it. I've authored a Service Level Tracking SLO to target all "Windows Server" objects (which only displays 68 servers of our 150 when I put all the SLO to a dashboard), then I've set the SLO to monitor availability where downtime is anything not in planned maintenance. I also have not idea how to get it to aggregate each servers individual uptime into an aggregate of the total servers. Any ideas?
  2. I've just started setting up Configuration Manager 2012 mostly using these guides. I've been using the Standalone Primary Server guides as we have decided to go with just the one primary Config Manager server. I've made it through the first 5 guides and am stuck on deploying software updates. I've been able to successfully pull the updates down, create a software update group, and deploy the updates. Whenever I deploy the updates to my two test machines I wait and after a while it indicates that the deployment is in progress: When I go to check my test machines there is no indication that there is any patching being done either in the Windows Updates area or the Software Center: I'm not sure which logs would specifically help but I can provide them as asked, here is my GP that is applied to the test workstations: Windows Components/Windows Update Policy Setting Comment Allow non-administrators to receive update notifications Enabled Automatic Updates detection frequency Enabled Check for updates at the following interval (hours): 4 Policy Setting Comment Configure Automatic Updates Disabled No auto-restart with logged on users for scheduled automatic updates installations Enabled Re-prompt for restart with scheduled installations Enabled Wait the following period before prompting again with a scheduled restart (minutes): 600 Policy Setting Comment Reschedule Automatic Updates scheduled installations Enabled Wait after system startup (minutes): 10 Policy Setting Comment Specify intranet Microsoft update service location Enabled Set the intranet update service for detecting updates: http://gann.intranet.DOMAIN.com:8530 Set the intranet statistics server: http://gann.intranet.DOMAIN.com:8530 Thank you for your time, any help is appreciated.
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