I would be great to have a between Filter for Datetime in the Support Center Logfile Viewer.
Include: 2017-03-08 11:00:12.323 <->2017-03-09 09:00:12.3232 votesstarted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
This is something we’re working on for our next release.
It would be nice to have the ability to select specific WMI classes or Logfies easily within the SCCM Support Center. Right now i have to edit the config XML and sometimes the support center crashes. That would Help if you try to pull files or classes for specific Scenario from Clients and you dont Need all of them.2 votesplanned · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Thank you for the feedback.
We support this today through the admittedly user-unfriendly method of editing the .config file for Support Center. See: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dn688621.aspx#Customizing Configuration Manager Support Center
We do plan in a future release of Support Center to add UX to support this very scenario.
If i open a "Bundle" in Support Center Viewer all the data gets stored in:
It woul be nice to Change that path or to provide a path during the unpack procedure. Right now i have alsmost 8GB of data in that path and it seems to not clean up by itself.2 votesplanned · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
We’ll look into this. There’s a couple of issues here — the path not being cleaned up (which isn’t correct behavior) and not being able to specify a temporary path. We will look into both of these in our next release.
In the short term, when you’re done using the tool you can delete this directory without any consequences.
the ContentLibraryCleanup tool is great, but can we have a PowerShell version of it to aid with automation of same? thanks !2 votes
We get occasional complaints from our end users that software they once installed from the Application Catalog (e.g. MS Access 2013) still keeps showing up in their Software Center as "Available" once they have either uninstalled it or have been upgraded to e.g. Office 2016.
It would be nice to have an option in the SCCM client to clear the history and make it forget about the previously requested applications from the Application Catalog.0 votes
This is a great tool, but it would be useful if it was able to accept command line parameters so that for situations where the IT person that is managing mobile devices might not necessarily have access to run the tool locally on the site server that hosts the service connection point role or Microsoft Intune connector role. If the tool has able to accept command line parameters, that would also allow me to leverage SCORCH to run the tool with appropriate switches and send the output to someone as a CSV or other format with the results.1 vote
Incorporate Configuration Manager Servicing Extension's Collection Builder functionality to the main product
Today Configuration Manager Servicing Extension brings new functionality to the product but it is a separate download. It provides a list of Configuration Manager client versions that may be present in your environment, and makes it easy to create queries to locate these clients. Make this functionality built-in to the main product.4 votes
When will SCUP support SHA-256 when creating the self signed certificate? the DoD and Industry is moving rapidly to SHA-256 and would like to see this be an option added.0 votes
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