Last Reminder to Vote for Collection Action Details or List of PCs by Thermal State
Make sure to vote for your favorite SSRS report in this month’s poll because the winning report will become April’s FREE SSRS report.
Collection Action Details has increased its lead with 77% of the vote over List of PCs by Thermal State. If you want List of PCs by Thermal State to become April’s free SSRS report then make sure to vote and tell your friends and colleagues to vote as well. If you want Collection Action Details to win then make sure to check back to our poll to see if it is maintaining its lead.
VOTE HERE! Thank you to everyone who has voted so far!
As mentioned in last month’s report preview, our SSRS reports have the Role-Based Administration (RBA) feature enabled. This means that if you are using System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, these reports will work with all RBA clients. Don’t worry if you are not using SCCM 2012 R2 because you can still run these reports as usual with SCCM 2012 and SCCM 2007.
a) Collection Action Details allows you to see what collections (including collection IDs) were created, edited or deleted, and who performed these actions. You choose which action is depicted in the report.
In the full-feature set, this report is the final drill through report from Collection Metric Dashboard.
b) List of PCs by Thermal State returns a list of PCs with a particular thermal state. The thermal state is important to know as it will help you understand if a computer is potentially overheating. It should be noted that virtual machines will generally display “Other.”
In the full-feature set, this report will drill through to Computer System Details.
Don’t forget to contact Info AT Enhansoft to request March’s free SSRS report, List of PCs by Adobe SKU. You only have a few more days left!
If you would like to suggest future SSRS report give-aways, please email ewrwish At Enhansoft with your ideas.