Have the ability to select the Updates show in the content of a workstation and the ability to click install and to see the error if it reports back an error.
This can currently be done for Application content but cannot be done for Updates.
To try to get this capability just for Updates for troubleshooting/support for workstations. You have to leverage ReCast- Right Click Tools and leverage the Remote Software Center to kick off updates for install for workstations that you are troubleshooting.9 votesstarted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
We are working on adding updates capability into Support Center for future releases. In the latest Technical Previews, we now display information about maintenance windows and all the updates installed on the system.
We plan to further extend this to provide more in-depth information about deployed updates like we have for applications.
Stay tuned for more on this in upcoming technical previews.
With 1902 we introduced the Community Hub to the current branch release. Even it's a great feature, some users shouldn't be able to see it. It would be nice if we could use RBAC or a site setting do hide it from consoles.27 votes
Split this item from a bigger umbrella item.
This is to specify an icon per App Task Sequence in the Software Center.1,988 votesstarted · AdminBob Mac Neill (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
We’ve released our 2001.2 Technical Preview.
For more info:
This release has some update to the task sequence as a deployment type. See
At the moment there is no quick way to see which particular machines require an update. You can run a report from Monitoring, but that means identifying the update then going back to reports and running the appropriate report.
You can however see the the number of devices that require an update when looking at that particular update. A simple "More Details" button here would be useful which would show the machines that require the update or are compliant etc, without needing to run a report.
This applies to both Software Updates and Windows 10 Updates for feature updates.11 votes
This is available in #SCCM 1903 TP
Please give us task sequence variables for the following because WMI can be unreliable or sometimes can't be used. These would be nice to have in order to create conditions for performing actions such as enabling/disabling TPM and SecureBoot.
TPM owned/not owned
SecureBoot enabled/disabled4 votesstarted · AdminBob Mac Neill (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Updating status to started – see
Our 2002 release added _TSSecureBoot
Use this variable to determine the state of secure boot on a UEFI-enabled device. The variable can have one of the following values:
NA: The associated registry value doesn’t exist, which means the device doesn’t support secure boot.
Enabled: The device has secure boot enabled.
Disabled: The device has secure boot disabled.
For TPM that’s achievable with task sequence conditions – I’ll look to add something to the Community Hub to demonstrate.
Many organizations create their own front-ends for ConfigMgr Task Sequences (or leverage popular third-party ones like OSD++, Pretty Good Front End, etc.). However, these only are able to be used when the task sequence is in WinPE.
Please add the serviceui.exe functionality into the default task sequence environment so it is possible to display Light Touch prompts when starting the task sequence from an existing operating system. Including serviceui.exe would be enough, or the functionality to launch interactive UI could be added to the environment natively.151 votesstarted · AdminBob Mac Neill (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Updating status to started. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/configmgr/core/understand/find-help#send-a-suggestion for an explanation of each value.
Configmgr 2003 Technical Preview released today and has a new SDK method for task sequence progress.
For more info:
This should address some of the asks here, please try it out and let us know your feedback.
Add an column to the devices view that would display Active Directory descriptions in console.313 votes
This can be done today w/ #SCCM 1802 (and previous versions too). I will mark started… and watch comments for why this doesn’t just work… before I mark this straight up completed…
1) On the CAS (or standalone primary), go to Administration → Hierarchy Configuration → Discovery methods
2) right click on Active Directory System Discovery and bring up the Properties form. Active Directory Attributes tab, and then click on Custom. In the form that appears, type the name of the attribute. Click OK, and make sure you have added it as an attribute to discover. Run discovery after exiting properties form.
3) Now when you go to the Devices view and right click on a device and go to its Properties form, you will see the new attribute showing up there.
Not really easy to create some SCCM report or Dashboard if your're not a SQL DBA .. even with Report Builder.
Could be awesome to have a new tool where Reports or Dashbaord could be created easily whithout searching which SQL views I need ..ect ... Like some others concurrent application give.946 votes
Tempted to mark this completed, now that we’ve released full blown powerBI integration:
Building reports & dashboards doesn’t get much easier than that.
Internet based remote control with options such as file transfer and reboot. This could be accomplished using a reverse connection from a client to a new site role hosted in the DMZ.1,136 votes
Try this out over CMG in #SCCM TP 1906
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