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.
Should be in the 1802tp.
Tom Stack commented
This seems like a super obvious omission
Amol Bhatt commented
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??
Simon Brouillard commented
And we should have the ability the filter this per collection and apply some Security Scope.
I would like the same for Office 365 client management too.
Brian Dorsey commented
Totally agree. I keep clicking hoping this will do this simple task.
When checking the Windows 10 Servicing dashboard you get the nice pretty rings. Why is it not possibly to click a ring and show all the devices that are currently on that build you are highlighted over? It's obviously already pulling the information, so why can't you just click the ring E.g the 1511 ring and it shows you the report of machines on that build.
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.
Please add this for classical updates when you sellect each update and update groups not just windows 10 servicing and O365 servicing
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
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?
Joe Sciulli commented
When you view the new Windows 10 Servicing dashboard in 1511/1602, you see these awesome graphical tiles that give you a snapshot of your Windows 10 usage and rings in your organization. However, when you hover your mouse over those two tiles and click, nothing happens other than you're presented with a percentage. It would be great if the area you select and click gives you a list of PCs broken down so you see what machines fall into what bucket. Very useful for troubleshooting too.