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Computer Share Details versus Count of Devices Discovered in the Past 7 Days

The report choices in Enhansoft’s December 2017 poll are Computer Share Details and Count of Devices Discovered in the Past 7 Days. Which Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) report do you WANT to win? The winner will become January 2018’s free SCCM report!

As with all of our dashboard and report giveaways, they can all be found within the Enhansoft Reporting product. To learn more about Enhansoft Reporting, please visit the product page.

VOTE HERE!

Computer Share Details

This report is found within Enhansoft Reporting’s Share category. The Computer Share Details report provides you with information about the share type, name, path, and caption for a specific PC. The second section of this report will provide the list of permissions on each share. Additionally, you can decide whether or not to include administrative shares such as: Disk Drive Admin, Print Queue Admin, Device Admin, or IPC Admin.

Performing a manual audit of all network shares is a time-consuming project, but it may be required in order to become compliant with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX), Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS), the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) or other standards.

The Share category of reports allows for an accurate and efficient review of all shares (shared folders, shared printers, etc.). Knowing this information is helpful in tracking down rogue shares that may not be properly configured or shouldn’t exist in the first place. Routinely reviewing these reports will help reduce risk because administrators can now be more proactive in changing or removing shares as needed.

Computer Share Details is the final drill through report from List of PCs by Share Type and List of Shares by Trustee. All of these reports are included within the full Enhansoft Reporting product.

Additionally, you can setup an email subscription to the Computer Share Details report. Setting-up a subscription will allow the report to be emailed at scheduled times. This feature is also available with a number of Enhansoft Reporting’s dashboards/reports. For more details about how to setup an email subscription, please see this post, How to Set-up an Email Subscription in SSRS.

Would you find it useful to know which share permissions are installed on a specifc computer? Then your choice is clear, VOTE NOW!

Computer Share Details

Count of Devices Discovered in the Past 7 Days

The Count of Devices Discovered in the Past 7 Days report is found within Enhansoft Reporting’s Configuration Manager Site category. This category of dashboards and reports will provide you with more details about your SCCM environment. Many of the dashboards and reports in this category are designed to allow an SCCM administrator to review the health and status of the SCCM environment without having to access the console.

This particular report provides a count of total objects (PC/User/Group) discovered by each discovery method in the past week within Configuration Manager.

Additionally, you can setup an email subscription to this report. Setting-up a subscription will allow the report to be emailed at scheduled times. This feature is also available with a number of Enhansoft Reporting’s dashboards/reports. For more details about how to setup an email subscription, please see this post, How to Set-up an Email Subscription in SSRS.

Would you find it useful to know how many objects were discovered within the past week by ConfigMgr? How about if the report was emailed to you once a week? Then your choice is clear, VOTE NOW!

Count of Devices Discovered in the Past 7 Days

All of our reports have the Role-Based Administration (RBA) feature enabled. This means that if you are using Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager or above, these reports will work with all RBA settings.

Don’t forget that you can also request December’s free SCCM report, OS Deployment Dashboard, by filling out the form found on our website. You will receive an email shortly there afterwards.

Do you have an idea for a report set that you would like us to create? Drop us a line on Facebook or Twitter!