Agreed. Would be nice to have an option to make the request details box require text before submitting the request.
on our short term radar.
It would be nice to do it from the device perspective as well. Right-click a device or collection and block a specific update from installing for that device or collection.
Even accounting for the cumulative nature of the OS updates, there are still individual app updates that cause problems and several of us use 3rd party patching service (i.e. Shavlik/Ivanti, etc.).
Sometimes we have an issue where an update is causing a BSOD on one or a group of systems. Instead of breaking the update out into a separate update group and creating a collection for just this scenario, we should be able to stop that particular update on the device.
155 votesstarted · AdminMark Silvey - ConfigMgr Product Team (Engineering Manager, ConfigMgr, System Center Configuration Manager) responded
First preview of the hub is available in 1807 Technical Preview.
There should be some sort of store/catalog where the community can publish configuration details, and scripts related to compliance settings (Configuration Items and Baselines, as well as the new feature to run a script on-demand) for sale or for free. Ratings and comments should be allowed.
It should be directly integrated into the Assets and Compliance\Compliance Settings node as an option to "Import from the Configuration Manager Store".
Each published item would contain a "more information" link so the publisher could link back to their site ensuring they don't lose any website traffic.
This would provide a central place dedicated to Configuration Manager where the community can earn money for their efforts, and Microsoft could take a percentage of sales to maintain the marketplace.
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