Vote for Count of Volumes by Capacity OR Recently Used Application Details
The report choices in Enhansoft’s April 2018 poll are Count of Volumes by Capacity and Recently Used Application Details. At the moment, Recently Used Application Details is ahead in the poll with 86% of the votes.
Which System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) report do you WANT to win? The winner will become May 2018’s free SCCM report!
Count of Volumes by Capacity
This report is found within Enhansoft Reporting’s Volumes category. The reports found in this category are meant to help IT administrators ensure that adequate disk space exists for each volume.
The Count of Volumes by Capacity report provides a count of volumes by capacity for a given collection. Knowing this information is helpful when reviewing your environment (particularly servers) to ensure that there is enough disk/volume space.
From this report, you can drill through to List of Volumes by Capacity, which in turn drills through to Computer Volume Details. All of these reports are included within the full Enhansoft Reporting product. Garth Jones, our Chief Architect, uses this report set when performing annual SCCM Maintenance Tasks on his lab.
Would you find it useful to know the volume capacity for a specific collection? Then your choice is clear, VOTE NOW!
Recently Used Application Details
The Recently Used Application Details report is found within Enhansoft Reporting’s Software Inventory category. This category of dashboards and reports will provide you with details about your software inventory and help you understand what software was recently used.
The Recently Used Application Details report ties the information provided by Installed Software and Asset Intelligence (AI) together. It does this by first prompting you to select an Installed Software title. The report then asks you for the executable name (exe) and its product name.
In this report you will see the computer’s name, the top console user’s name, the Installed Software’s name, the publisher, and the version number. All of this information is tied directly to AI’s recently used applications information (product name, product version, last used by user name, last used date and time, and the number of days since it was last used). Each column allows for interactive sorting.
If you would like to read more about SCCM and software inventory, then make sure to check out this blog post: Configuration Manager and Software Inventory: Proceed with Caution.
Would you find it useful to have Installed Software and Asset Intelligence (AI) information together in one report? Then your choice is clear, VOTE NOW!
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 April’s free SCCM report, Software Updates Dashboard, by filling out the form found on our website. You will receive an email shortly there afterwards.