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Sccm 2016 r3 collections not updating

May be i can show it to the management team for the patch activity on monthly basis.

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Figure A Figure B SCCM infrastructures have a ton of information about existing technology environments, and SCCM itself (once it has been deployed for a while) has a lot of its own information, including client agent details, package information, advertisement configuration, collection information, and more.Even you can create different type of quiries based on this. I was referring to the Patch process and found an image which gives the statistics for the listed patches in a good viewable thought of creating such a report and can be linked to other report to get preferable colums which are necessary. The SCCM Autodoc tool provides you with a way to fully and completely document the pertinent details of your SCCM infrastructure.I have used SCCM Autodoc in other environments but have not deployed it yet at Westminster College, so the screenshots below are taken from the sample documentation.Note that this post is different from the one which shows the steps to build and capture the operating systems using SCCM 2012, we will not be using build and capture approach here rather we will capture a reference operating system, i.e.

capture windows 7 using SCCM 2012 R2 and we will deploy the same using SCCM 2012 R2 in the this post.

It is just simple that you can run only one report which is linked to other reports which gives u a report like below for the given bulletin ID's.

To Build this report and to link to other reports ,you will have to create 3 reports which i named it like :1)Patch Management summary 2)Status of Each bulletin ID 3)Status of each bulletin ID with distribution status Create new reports for each with the below query.

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