SCCM application deployment status for available deployments will not pull the already compliant devices. User has to manually start the i installation for the compliance status to get reported to SCCM. For required deployments, the application is pushed and the evaluation cycle reports the already compliant devices.
It would be cool if we have the same functionality or an alterative for available deployments so that we will have an exact repot of deployment status.
Thank you.1 vote
Instead of the threshold for successful deployment(Less than % Success) and Threshold for failed deployment(More Than % Failure).
Add the ability to select from a list of scenarios:
Success > 99%
Success < 50%
Failure > 10%
InProgress < 0%
I would sometimes like to receive an email when the deployment finished with one of those thresholds that provides the report of Success, InProgress, Failures at a specified time after the deployment or end of maintenance window.0 votes
In the main Deployments tab when you select a deployment, it shows a summary of the Completion Statistics [img1]. When viewing the status of that deployment, the pie chart remains but the statistics of each status can no longer be quickly seen [img2]. One has to go into each status tab to view the numbers. -cheers0 votes
Any chance you guys could make an option to have a custom tab for monitoring deployments? I use the Powershell App Deployment Toolkit and it sends error code 60012 when the user defers the installation, It would be nice if I could create a custom tab for that error code with a custom pie color that lets me know how many users have selected the defer option. Or at least make it so I can label my errors, I have tried using Return Codes but the error name and description is always Unknown Error (60012) inside the console.0 votes
As stated, it would make sense for the dashboards for Win 10 Servicing, Office 365 and DA to be locate in the monitoring workspace where we monitor things in CM.0 votes
When viewing deployment status (specifically an application or update deployed to a device collection), a simple and easy win would be to add additional column for Primary User and/or Logged on User for all the compliant states (Compliant, In Progress, Error, and Unknown)
The columns that are currently there are:
User column does not show helpful information, only SYSTEM.0 votes
Customers are using Task Sequences to organize and build complex processes. Sometimes several steps fail. It would be great to have not only an option to rerun the whole task sequence, but only execute the failed steps or begin the sequence in the first failed step. This could help to reduce failed deployments.0 votes
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