A new version of the System Center Configuration Manager Toolkit, “V2” has been released. New tools are: MP Troubleshooter Tool Delete Group Class Tool Preload Package Tool Send Schedule Tool. These tools where available in the SMS 2003 Toolkit and are now included in the System Center Configuration Manager Toolkit V2 in updated versions. They can be found
This reports will help you plan you roll-out project and plan it by presenting a report with a count of each computer model per collection. If you already have collections in SCCM per site, per department, per subnet or whatever you wan’t, you can use them to report which models exist. The reports can be
I have used this report so many times now I just have to share it. It will show all computer with a specific file in a specific collection, and has shown to be very useful. Thanks to my colleague Ola Ahrens for applying the finishing touches. The report mof file can be downloaded here.
To sum up the serial number reporting I have been working on at a customer. This post covers how to update the builtin report "Hardware 01A – Summary of computers in a specific collection", to display the serial number from the value inventoried from the BIOS instead of the value inventoried using System Enclosure. The
I got this request from a customer and thought I could share it. Below query describes how to modify the query for the built-in report “Computer information for a specific computer” to include serial number. The added sql commands are marked in red color if you want to change it yourself instead of copying the SQL
When working with the reports in SCCM you may want a report to get all the serial numbers for all computers. Below is a very simple report which includes: Name, Manufacturer, Serial number, Model. It will look like this: SQL Satement: select v_R_System.Name0, v_GS_PC_BIOS.Manufacturer0, v_GS_PC_BIOS.SerialNumber0,v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM.Model0 FROM v_R_System JOIN v_GS_PC_BIOS on v_R_System.ResourceID = v_GS_PC_BIOS.ResourceID JOIN v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM
Have you ever wondered if Anti-virus is running on all client computers? Or if the desktop firewall is started and running as supposed to be? If you haven’t started with DCM yet you should really try it out! Using DCM it is possible to check if a specific service is running using DCM. The following
When creating a baseline for your environment Desired Configuration Management in Configuration Manager can be used to monitor that all laptops operating system drive is encrypted using DCM. This could be useful to verify that an administrator somewhere haven’t removed bitlocker or to make sure that the deployment strategi for bitlocker is working correctly. Create a new