This is fixed in #SCCM 1806
Make the log files directly accessible via the console rather than digging around in the file system trying to remember which file holds which logs and ideally make them accessible from a context menu in the relevant areas.81 votes
This can be done with CMPivot, in #SCCM 1902 which shipped today.
Please remove feedback button from the rubbon and add-it only on the (Alt-F) Menu (Backstage tab).
Too many feedback button appear on the console since 1702.23 votescompleted · AdminAdam Meltzer (ConfigMgr Product Team) (Software Engineer, Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager) responded
In 1806 we have replaced the “Feedback” button with a “smiley” in the upper right corner of the console that you can use for providing feedback.
Allow the import of powershell scripts into ConfigMgr, then allow administrators to right click on devices and collections to immediately execute them and get results. Do this without requiring changes to ports or firewalls, and ideally over the internet through CMG.5 votes
This is shipped in #SCCM 1802, even released from prerelease.
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