SCCM Default Reports
SCCM Default Reports are the ConfigMgr default reports updated and improved. They include enabled branding allowing you to add your organizations logo and branding description to the header that's replicated across all customized default SCCM reports.
Let's look at some of the improvements of the default Configuration Manager reports.
At First Glance
Let's look what you see on the first view when accessing a default Configuration Manager report on the Reporting point, which is actual SQL Reporting Services report server. The screen shots was taken when using Internet Explorer.
SQL Reporting Services report server
The following report is the initial view after clicking on the ConfigMgr reports folder in the SQL Reporting Services report server portal. Notice each reports folder for various categories.
RicherReports 2.0 report server report
The following is the initial view after clicking on the ConfigMgr Default Reports folder in RicherReports 2.0 report server portal. Notice each reports folder in the left navigation menu for various categories each representing the report folder shown above.
Now lets compare a commonly used ConfigMgr report used for determining the Software Update compliance for a deployment group across a selected collection.
SQL Reporting Services report server
Notice the formatting and how the two different tables are off centered and not aligned. This makes viewing the default reports unpleasant.
RicherReports report server report
Notice the difference in the reports. Both are Complinace 1 - Overall compliance reports for the same Software Update deployment group and selected collection.
Let's look at a more complex report
Lets compare a Power Manager report, specifically the Power Management - Computer activity report. The screen shot below is the ConfigMgr default report version.
And the following screen shot is of the same report and data shown thru a customized version of the same Power Management - Computer activity report.
Let's take a look at a simple All collections report. First the default ConfigMgr All collection report.
Now take a look at the same All collections report viewed thur RicherReports 2.0 report server portal.
RicherReports 2.0 improves reporting, usability and accessibility of reports published to a SQL Reporting Services report server.
Custom Configuration Manager Reports
Now lets look at some custom ConfigMgr reports that are included with the RicherReports 2.0 Custom reporting solution. Starting from some of the default ConfigMgr reports, we elaborated a bit more on those reports to create the following custom ConfigMgr reports. These are some real examples of some of the reports that are included in RicherReports.
When you run the Device Collections and Members report, you're presented with a select option that allows you to select the collections you want to view and see more information for. Then once the report renders, you are presented with a wealth of information regarding the selected collection.
For example: you can see the number of members of a specific collection, number of systems that are clients, or virtual machines, if the device is managed by MDM or not. Active clients, number of sitecode's, if the computer is blocked or not. You can also see the operating system of devices, domain and even client version. You also have the option to client on a computer name and get more detailed information about that computer from the same report.
That's the beauty of RicherReports, it brings reporting data together as well as have a nice flow from one report to another. If you want RicherReports customized to fit your organization, please contact us today for a quote.
Features & Capabilities
All System BIOS Details report
This custom All System BIOS Details report shows all computers grouped by Operating System and reveals the Bios version information discovered by System Center Configuration Manager. It also shows the Bios released date, the OS installation date, domain and Active Directory site name the computer is in.
Discover Manufacturer and Models report
Ever wanted to know how many different versions of Operating Systems you have across all hardware?
This custom Discover Manufacturer and Models report shows all computers grouped by the hardware manufacturer and model, then by Operating System providing you a count of computers by Operating Systems. This report will give you a quick view into this type of data for preparing for an Operating System deployment project or simply wanting to know this information maybe for licensing purposes.
All Deployment Groups report
Features and Options
This custom All Deployment Groups report shows a list of all Software Update deployment groups and some status information about the deployment group.
- Shows the deployment groups description provided.
- Shows if the deployment groups is deployment or not.
- Shows the last modified and created date.
- Shows the targeted collections name and collection ID.
- Click-drop-down action on the Title to show additional detailed information about the deployment.
- Shows a deployment statistics bar chart on the right side of the report after using the Click-drop-down action.
- Click-thru action on the targeted collection name to shows members of the targeted collection in another report.
This report can be future customized based on your organizations requirements and when you purchase RicherReports 2.0 Customized that includes consulting services for RicherReports 2.0 Reporting Solutions.
Organizational Unit Members and Subnet report
Have you ever want to see the structure of your Active Directory Organizational Unit as it relates to where clients are sitting on subnet's within your network, as well have see a break-down is how Operating Systems saturate the network across your Active Directory environment?
This custom Organizational Unit Members and Subnet report will show you just that. Of course this report can be customized to your liking or requirements.
Per Update Status In A Deployment report
The custom Per Update Status In A Deployment report shown above starts off by presenting you with 2 select options to choose the deployment group and one for the targeted collection. There may be multiple collections targeted by the deployment, so select 1 collection is required. After running the report you get the following report details per the selected Software Update deployment group.