ConfigMgr / MEMCM / SCCM

SCCM Software Compliance Report Filtered by Update Classification and Update Age

This SSRS Report has been sitting in the side lines for a while now. After spending a bit more time on it over the weekend I feel it is now at a point where it is serving me rather than the other way around. Our teams wanted to know how many updates were outstanding for …

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Windows 10 1809 – Basic WIM Optimization and Offline Servicing with SCCM

My good friend Leon over at http://leonashtonleatherland.blogspot.com/ posed a topic over chat re: Offline Servicing a WIM with SCCM. Not having looked at this before, I thought I would take the time to consider it for the new Windows 10 1809 WIM used in our OSD Task Sequences.  This post covered the basics for modifying …

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Signing PowerShell Scripts for an SCCM App Detection Method

In this blog post we will look at signing the PowerShell scripts we use in the “App Detection Method” when distributing apps with ConfigMgr. The PowerShell Execution Policy can be modified in Client Settings to allow ConfigMgr to execute unsigned scripts. If your environment needs to be a bit tighter with script execution and you …

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SCCM Report to group number of outstanding updates, for a collection, in 30 day intervals

I wasn’t getting what i needed from the built in SCCM SSRS Reports. Admins were asking for it to be made easier to understand how bad the number of outstanding updates were for the systems they have ownership of. For example, how many of the outstanding updates are 0-30 days old or 60+ days old. …

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