There is a lot of very detailed information in the individual component client logs files, But with all that detail in so many logs, it can be difficult to tell what the client is doing at any given time. I would like to see a master log of all the high level client activity and timestamps.
12:00 hardware inventory started
12:02 hardware inventory complete
12:05 policy download
12:08 software inventory started
It would help narrow down the number of logs to examine and the timeframes to look at.41 votes
Make Software Center available (as an App?) so that you can see exactly what is in Software Center for a remote machine. You launch the app on your technician PC, supply the machine name and user name and the Software Center shows up on the technician PC with exactly what the user sees. This would be very valuable for level 2 and service desk people to help users.19 votesNoted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
This is an interesting suggestion. I’ll note this and see if this is functionality we can add into our console or Support Center in the future.
Configuration Manager Service Manager (the start/stop services window) should be in built-in as part of Monitoring, and sped up!18 votes
IT would be a nice option to have the option to clear CCMCache folder directly from SCCM Admin console by right-clicking on the client.17 votes
One of the most issues found is database performance based on fragmented indexes. A notification or automatic defragmentation on for the relevant indexes would be nice.15 votesNoted · Admindjam (Product Director, or Executive, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
When checking Client Status it would improve the experience if I could run ccmeval on a client that has failed any test immediately to see if the issue still exists.13 votes
It would be great if in the new Suppert Center Advanced Log File Viewer, there would be an option for Advanced Filters, when opening a log file, the filters load automatically and we dont need to load them manually everytime we open a log.
Same as with the other buttons, that can be activated and deactivated.9 votesNoted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
I like the idea of having persistable filters. We will investigate doing this in a future release of OneTrace.
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