Add info of the "Location" if you search for collection.
e.g. we use Folders and subfolder for companies. and each time we search for collections we dont know the Location.
we got more than 5000 collections.. where this is tricky to find out via
Eyes .10 votes
Clouduserid in console is displayed with Chinese characters instead of the string from database7 votescompleted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
This should be fixed in our next hotfix rollup for 1710. Thanks for reporting this.
An out of the box report on IE versions would be very helpful, whether in the Software - Companies and Products group of reports, or elsewhere.6 votescompleted · AdminMark Silvey - ConfigMgr Product Team (Engineering Manager, ConfigMgr, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
Think we have this mostly covered in 2103. Let us know if there’s more you need!
In CM1606, a new hardware inventory class was added for Office 365 Pro Plus Configurations which is great.
Unfortunately, whoever added it made the display name for the class OFFICE365PROPLUSCONFIGURATIONS which is a little inconsistent with all the friendly names for everything else.
PLEASECHANGEITTONORMALCASEANDUSESPACES. Remember, pretty counts! :-)
Thanks for your help making ConfigMgr powerful AND beautiful.4 votes
We have also experienced "Collection Creep". A tool would be handy to view/delete collections from a search criteria, e.g: No Memebers, No Deployments, no membership change in 6 months.4 votes
This feature is added in the soon to be released #SCCM 1902; via management insight rules to help you clean up unnecessary collections.
When building collections (particularly query collections) it would be handy to be able to preview the devices/users in the collection as written before you commit. Today we have to edit the collection, update membership, refresh then confirm that the membership is correct. If you have a button inside of "Edit Query Statement" it would save a lot of hassle.3 votes
From this article enrolling in SCCM Big Sur is not supported, when will Big Sur be supported?3 votescompleted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
We have released an updated Mac client with Mac OS 11 support.
There is no option to sort machines under collection by their status online/offline.2 votes
you can’t sort by icon… but you can add the column that shows text for offline/online – and sort by that.
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