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    Andy D'Hollander commented  · 

    It's annoying I don't have any votes left currently but YES! Absolutely.

  3. 865 votes
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    Andy D'Hollander commented  · 

    PowerBI could be a solution but in my opinion only when licensing for the on-prem Power BI Report Server gets included with the System Center licensing.
    That way your reports are on-prem, so a lot of people here that complain that their they don't want their report data in the cloud from a security/privacy perspective will be pleased.
    Secondly, it makes no sense to have to pay for additional licensing for another product just to visualize data that is available in SCCM. The current out of box SSRS reports are totally not user friendly, they look prehistoric and are not interactive. So either give us better and modern options in SSRS, or replace SSRS with a Power BI Report Server role in SCCM that is licensed with SCCM.

    I do actually have a Power BI Licensing item for this separately on uservoice too:
    https://configurationmanager.uservoice.com/forums/300492-ideas/suggestions/36675385-make-power-bi-reporting-server-licensing-part-of-s

  4. 5 votes
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  5. 78 votes
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    Andy D'Hollander commented  · 

    The same could also be used to keep your SUP settings clean, by showing the opposite information: Products that are no longer active in your environment but are still enabled on the SUP.

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  6. 338 votes
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    Andy D'Hollander commented  · 

    We're having the same issue. If this behavior can't be fixed it would be nice to have at least an option in your Software Center to "reset" it, making it forget about anything you ever installed through the Application Catalog.

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