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  1. Hello, I'm looking on how to create a custom report based on the default report of 'Compliance 1 - Overall Compliance' however I'm looking to just select the update group and then have predefined collections to report against, something like this: Collection Compliance (%) Not Compliant (%) Compliance Unknown 4 69.23% 5 80.00% 6 95.00% 7
  2. Hi! I'm trying to get compliance going because of an ongoing audit on our servers. One of the requirements is that a certain GPO is applied. I figured I'd query the ROOT\RSOP\COMPUTER namespace for RSOP_GPO. This class has the GPO name and it's enabled/disabled state. I tried my WMI query and below powershell snippet returns me the GPO's that are listed in a GPRESULT on the server. $query = "Select name,enabled from RSOP_GPO where enabled = true" $namespace = "ROOT\RSOP\COMPUTER" Get-WmiObject -Query $query -Namespace $Namespace | select name,enabled I then created a CI with the follow
  3. Hi All is there any report to get the compliace status for software update deployments for a single computer? I know the is compliance 5 to get the status by update to 1 computer and the Management 5 to get the deployments to 1 computer but I want is to get the deployment status for 1 computer Hope someone here can help on this Regards
  4. Hello, We are currently running SCCM 2012 R2 in our environment. We are running a Primary Site server with Endpoint protection and started using OSD. So far it has been a challenge but the guides here and on other online resources have been a tremendous help. We now want to leverage SCCM's capabilities to help us identify rogue software as well as try and make sure that our environment PC's are using a safe version of Java, Adobe Flash, Adobe Reader, etc. Could SCCM help us with this? Also once that software is identified would we be able to uninstall the rogue software and install a c
  5. Would anybody happen to know what may be causing my packages to sit at 0.0% compliance once deployed to any specific collection? Applications deploy within 20 minutes, so there's no issues there. I need a specific package that references a .bat file togo out and uninstall ALL Java on a specific collection, but the package that contains the .bat file, will not deploy. It's been "deployed" longer than the software cycle so that's not what Im waiting for. Zero errors on DP. Also, would any of you knowledgable helpful folks be able to shed some light on scripting the deployment of the .bat file v
  6. Hi Friends, i have big problem i need to evaluate configuration baseline remotely not manual and it not working by ConfigMgr Console Extention tools as below
  7. So I have a scenario that I work at a college full of computer labs that have a basic load on all of the machine with some variations in each lab. For example while all of the labs will have MS Office not all of them have Autocad. Anyways I was wondering if there was anyway that I could use SCCM's Compliance feature to make the right software was installed in the right labs, and if a machine was missing something, then in remediation it would autoload said missing software? John
  8. Hi guys, I'm wanting to create a custom compliance report based on the "Compliance 1 - Overall Compliance" report but also have the 'Date Installed' as a field in the report. The Overall Compliance report gives me everything except when the software update was installed. Has anyone done this successfully? Any help is appreciated. Thanks.
  9. I'm trying to generate a custom report in SCCM 2012 R2 but am having a bit of trouble getting things working. The report needs to show all Security Updates that have been Deployed but are still showing as Required on servers. I would like it to have a separate entry for each applicable security update and the server that it is applicable to. When I've been searching for how to do this, a lot of people have said that the report will be so big that it won't be usable, but this is for a vulnerability remediation tracking document and it's exactly the format that we need. For the most part, our en
  10. Hi, trying out some compliance settings in our environment. Seems to work fine for a majority of my clients, but around 50 will not report back. Trying to find out why. Any ideas?
  11. Hi, I'm having difficulty understanding when a configuration baseline deployed to a user collection evaluates, and re-evaluates. I've setup 3 configuration items to configure Internet Explorer and added to a baseline, checking and remediating the following registry keys: 1. HKCU:\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\ AutoConfigURL = Company PAC File 2. HKLM:\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Control Panel Proxy = 1 3. HKLM:\Software\Policies\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Control Panel AutoConfig = 1 According to the TechNet article here (
  12. Firstly, if you intend to rely, solely, on ConfigMgr for software license management & compliance – think again! According to Microsoft this functionality within the suite has its limitations. Microsoft admits to these ‘limitations’ within the ConfigMgr Asset Intelligence Documentation (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/gg681998.aspx) Asset intelligence is a feature in ConfigMgr that utilizes special hardware inventory classes, a set of reports and a catalog that is periodically updated by Microsoft. The section of the documentation which describes the limitations is below: Le
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