Monitor Information Reporting–MIR–Power Management Setting Reports
If your PC monitors cannot use the lowest power management setting, “Active Off,” your organization could be losing a lot of money. MIR’s automated reports will help you locate these monitors. Test MIR Version 4 and put these reports to work for you!
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Here’s a look at a couple of MIR power management setting reports:
Count of Monitors by Power Management Setting provides you with a count of the total number of monitors in your environment by power management setting; from the most efficient to the least efficient (Active Off, Suspend, Standby and On). This report will drill through to List of Monitors by Power Management Setting, which in turn will drill through to List of Monitors for a PC, with the final drill through report being Computer Monitor Details.
Please note: if a monitor has more than one power management setting, only the most efficient setting will be counted. There is no way for MIR to determine what setting is being used as this is set via the PC’s power management policies.
From the above report, drill through to List of Monitors by Power Management Setting. This report will provide you with a list of PCs that have monitors with a specific setting; this can be either “Active Off,” “Suspend,” “Standby,” or “On.” In this screenshot, we see that the report is about monitors with the “Standby” setting. This report will drill through to List of Monitors for a PC which in turn will drill through to the report Computer Monitor Details.
MIR Version 4 is compatible with System Center 2012 Configuration Manager and System Center Configuration Manager 2007.
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