I have gotten a number of requests for some reports in ConfigMgr 2012 which I wrote for ConfigMgr 2007. Finally time to get around to do it. To start of I wrote this little guide for how to import a Configuration Manager 2012 Report using Report Builder. It is not really as simple as in Configuration Manager 2007 but much more powerful.
To import a report download an .RPL file like this one which I will write about in the next post (it requires ConfigMgr 2012 R2): Computers with a specific file per Collection
3. Browse to the file you want to upload and enter a friendly name to be shown in Reporting Services for the report.
5. Select “Add Data Source” as we need to change the data source to the on in the target environment.
9. To update the different Datasets used in the report with the new data source, select Dataset properties and then simply click OK.
Then the report is ready to be run and tested!
Optional steps: If the report is an exported Configuration Manager 202 report with the System Center logo banner complete the following steps as well.
3. Repeat the steps for all three of the files in the header and you are done!
Now the System Center logo will be correct as well in the report.