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  1. Use Configuration Item Results in SCCM

    I would like to be able to use the results of a configuration item to create collections.

    An example would be I have a CI that collects the value of a registry key on computers. I am returning the value of that reg key. I would like to be able to create collections based on the value of the reg key result I had returned.

    If I have it return the string ā€œ1234ā€. I want create a collection based off of computers that return 1234.

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  2. Set A configuration Baseline as dependency in Deployment type

    At the dependencies tab in deployment type configuration, be able to select a configuration baseline to be evaluated/apply a remediation. Think is a powerful way to set some required settings

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  3. Import/use ADMX to create Compliance Settings

    Import or use ADMX Files to create compliance settings/items and us SCCM to deploy these Settings instead of active directory gpo

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  4. Convert CI from Operating System type to Application Type

    It happens (quite often) when I'm creating a CI in the console that I blaze thru the wizard (accepting defaults) and start building out all my settings, rules, etc. When I'm all done, I close out and then realize that I forgot to configure the CI as an APPLICATION CI with a detection method.

    So now I have to delete my CI, and start all over from scratch. ANNOYING! I would love the ability to "convert" an Operating System CI type to an Application CI type and be able to go back in and add a detection method as appropriate.

    4 votes
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  5. Certificate Profiles for Servers

    We have some workgroup servers which are unable to access the enterprise CA so we want to deploy some root CA certificates to them per sccm.
    Currently it is only possible to select client OSE's on the supported plattform page. Please allow server OSE's as well.
    Thanks

    3 votes
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  6. Configuration Baselines only create QWORDs

    Right now if you use HKCU and try to create a DWORD value that does NOT exist, even though you set remediation up properly and select the box that says to create the value as a REG_DWORD, it still does not create the entry at all and the baseline reads as compliant. The creation of DWORD values using baselines has been a common post on forums for many years.

    3 votes
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  7. report to show which compliance item is non compliant for a compliance baseline

    report to show which compliance item is non compliant for a compliance baseline

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  8. Please finish implementing the Set-CMComplianceSupportedPlatform powershell cmdlet

    The Set-CMComplianceSupportedPlatform does not seem to be finished. When I use it against a CI it states the following:
    $CIRule | Set-CMComplianceSupportedPlatform
    WARNING: The 'Set-CMComplianceSupportedPlatform' cmdlet is a beta-quality and is not yet complete. It may not be fully functi
    onal, and may be changed or removed in a future release. It is provided for testing purposes and should not be used for produ
    ction purposes.

    I don't have a way to set which OSes apply to a configuration item via powershell. See this forum post for more info.
    https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/b494dc56-2952-4bf6-809e-481628ceafec/setting-configuration-item-supported-platforms-with-powershell?forum=ConfigMgrCBGeneral

    4 votes
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  9. Add Ability to Remediate Existential Registry Setting Compliance Items

    Currently you cannot auto-remediate a registry compliance item with an existential rule. I should be able to select an option to auto-remediate to have a setting removed much like you can to set a value.

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  10. Support "Any of" in addition of "All of" Options for String Arrays Compliance Rules

    Currently, the only value option for string arrays in a compliance rule is to specify that it must contain "All of" the specified values. I would like to be able to say that it should contain "Any of." Similar to how regular strings have "One of."

    Ideally, an "Any of" value would support any combination of any number of values in the list, but only values in the list.

    9 votes
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  11. Report on Local Admin Permissions

    For many years now Microsoft has strongly recommended that Local Admin Rights be removed. Would it be possible to have SCCM report on the contents of the Local Administrators group? Also, could we maybe have a wizard under Compliance Settings to configure these settings. I know Sherry Kissenger from MNSCUG has done a lot of work with this. Maybe the product team could pattern the solution after her work.

    5 votes
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  12. Add option for various actions based off CI status

    Configuration items has statuses of compliant, non-compliant, unknown, and error. It would be a nice expansion of the compliance settings feature to be able to act upon the individual CI status and not the just add to a collection based off baseline compliance.

    Actions that would be of benefit are:
    Add to collection
    Install individual software update or software update group
    Install package
    Install application
    Run task sequence
    Run script

    11 votes
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  13. Fix powershell remediation script to pass failed value from detection script

    Have a failed compliance baseline pass the output of failed powershell script to remediation rather than the compliant value

    23 votes
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  14. Improvements for Device Guard management


    1. Using the Microsoft knowledge base for Device Guard, I would like to create a new CI policy by using New-CIPolicy. Then, I want to merge it with the Configuration Manager Code Integrity policy (Merge-CIPolicy). This should be possible from the gui as well.

    2. Adding other trust rule methods via gui. (ie. PCACertificate, hash)

    3. Deploy device guard trusted installer policies via osd. This would allow policies to be active immediately after domain join and before any software is installed.

    4. This one is key but is heavily dependent on #2:
      a) Use case 1: An executive needs to join a video conferenceā€¦
    14 votes
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  15. Console UI function to invoke evaluation of baselines on clients

    Being able to invoke evaluation of baselines deployed to certain Client or device collection from the Console UI would be very helpful.

    One way to do it would be to add the option in to the Client Notification pane or also known as the "right click tools" see Attached file.

    I have an old blog post on how to invoke evaluation with the help of Powershell but adding it in to the Console UI would be very nice.

    https://timmyit.com/2016/07/26/sccm-and-powershell-trigger-baseline-evaluation-on-client/

    200 votes
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  16. remediation

    Allow remediation option in

    23 votes
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  17. Manual Remediation Option for Configuration Baselines

    I think it would be beneficial if there was a manual remediation option in the Configuration Manager applet, to let users manually run remediation steps. I know a Non-Compliant collection could be created and a application/package pushed to it, but I'd like the option to manually run a remediation step for Non-Compliant computers.

    9 votes
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  18. Configuration Baseline: To execute in user context

    Currently Compliance Baseline can only run in System Context but it can't run in user context. Can we please have this feature in Configuration Baseline?

    7 votes
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  19. Populate OS versions for "Valid operating system builds" in compliance policies

    In the new condition "Valid operating system build" added to Windows 10 (w/o CM) compliance policies it would be very useful to have a drop down with build version numbers translated to meaningful names. Otherwise we have to go external and find a version list. Even better if it could be pulled from the CM DB for existing versions in the same way you can with collection queries.

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  20. Allow functionality for updating HKCU policy registry keys in user context with Compliance Settings

    Currently, the default permissions on HKCU policy keys result in an access denied error when trying to remediate these keys in the user context. The workaround of running a script in the system context and updating HKU[SID] keys adds considerable complexity to managing these keys with Compliance Settings. It would be convenient to have the functionality of being able to update these keys in the user context, much like the current functionality in Group Policy Preferences.

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