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) (Admin, System Center 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.
When Support Center runs App Deployment Evaluation cycle locally, it uses Schedule 121, which is OK. However, when it’s connected to remote machine, it uses Schedule 123, which was deprecated at some point.
Future release of Support Center should always use schedule 121.1 voteplanned · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Admin, System Center Configuration Manager) responded
We will look into fixing this for our next release.
Run scripts brought a brand new model to handle client troubleshooting, but it can run from collections only.
it would have been super useful to be able to run it on a machine\category from the Deployment Status node and then maintain clients with in progress \ unknown \ active \ inactive state.
today when we have a list of computers who didn't report their status we need to manually create a collection with these clients to run a scripts and there's not even a built-in way to create a collection from the asset details1 voteplanned · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Admin, System Center Configuration Manager) responded
We plan to add this to more places in the UI in future releases. Thanks for the feedback.
Bring the full new Desktop Analytics to SCCM, at ignite it was presented and you can have it only trough the fast track channel, when we can have the full experience in SCCM that your be great also for the co-managed devices and maybe with a connector to Intune to have the Intune SA clients also in SCCM for an overview.0 votes
Stay tuned for more information on this as it becomes available.
It would be handy if SCCM Agent (as well as the SCCM Server components) could send logs to ETW (instead or in addition to the files under C:\Windows\CCM\Logs) folder. That would allow us to redirect the events to a central location and analyze with event analysis tools, (i.e. OMS Log Analytics, Message Analyzer, etc.).0 votes
This is something that’s on our backlog.
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