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Windows 10 Servicing Dashboard: Make it clickable

When I go to the Windows 10 Servicing Dashboard, I got a nice PieChart of the Windows 10 Clients and their Version.
But when I click on the PieChart, nothing happens. It would be great to have the same experience on this Dashboard like on the SCEP Dashboards.
That means, if I click on the PieChart one of the Windows 10 Version, a new collection would be opened, with the corresponding Devices.

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  • Amol Bhatt commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I am also Facing the same problem. Its is not clickable.

    However for Office 365 we made it clickable. We need to make qin 10 dashboard clikable. If someone can help me??

  • Adam commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Would be nice to see it for all tiles in Windows 10 Servicing dashboard - ie Windows 10 Usage, Windows 10 Servicing. When I clik on PieChart it should generate list of PC for suitable Windows version or servicing ring.

  • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Please add this for classical updates when you sellect each update and update groups not just windows 10 servicing and O365 servicing

  • Laurence commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Completely agree, I find it very strange how you can't see the devices when clicking. This would be very useful rather than having to run reports.

  • Joe Sciulli commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Didn't see this until after I posted mine entitled "Windows 10 Servicing - Usage & Ring Tiles Should Produce List of PCs When Clicked." I wonder if they can combine mine into yours?

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