Vote for Local Account-Group Details for a Computer OR Component Health States by Site
The report choices in Enhansoft’s October 2017 poll are Local Account-Group Details for a Computer and Component Health States by Site. Which Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) report do you WANT to win? The winner will become November’s free SCCM report! At the moment, Component Health States by Site is ahead with 53% of the vote.
Local Account-Group Details for a Computer
This report is found within Enhansoft Reporting’s Local Accounts and Groups category. This category of reports provides details about local accounts on each computer as well as the membership of each local security group. This is particularly useful when performing a security audit of all computers within your SCCM environment.
This particular report provides details about local users and local security groups for a computer; it is also the final drill through report from List of Local Computer Groups for an Account and List of Computers with Local Account Name, which are included within the full Enhansoft Reporting product.
Would you find it useful to know who is within the local administrator group on a computer? Then your choice is clear, VOTE NOW!
Component Health States by Site
The Component Health States by Site 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 a SCCM administrator to review the health and status of the SCCM environment without having to access the console.
This particular report is designed to show you the overall component health of your hierarchy. SCCM component status is reset at midnight, which means that if an error occurs between the last time a SCCM administrator reviewed the component status and midnight, this error will be missed. In many cases, this is a non-issue as the error will likely re-occur thereby bringing this issue to the administrator’s attention. There are cases, however, where a component appears to be okay when in fact there could be issues. Our report will help point out systems with potential problems and allow you to make an informed decision.
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 if there are any issues with your SCCM enviroment? How about if the report was emailed to you first thing each morning? 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.