The report choices in September’s poll are: Max-Avg-Min SCEP Scan Times for PCs within a Collection OR List of PCs by Office Release Type (Office 2010).
The Office report continues to lead in the poll. If you want to ensure that it wins, or if you want the SCEP report to become next month’s free SSRS report, make sure to VOTE HERE!
a) In the Max-Avg-Min SCEP Scan Times for PCs within a Collection report, the quick and full scan times are displayed within a specific collection regardless of the PC model type. If a SCEP administrator notices a PC that has significant scan time differences compared to that of its counterpart, it might be a sign that there is an issue with that PC. Steps should be taken to evaluate it.
To assist you, the table uses two different shades of red to highlight client PCs that do not return results for either the start or end date for a scan time.
In the full-feature set you can drill through from this report to the SCEP Computer Details report.
b) The List of PCs by Office Release Type (Office 2010) report will show a list of all PCs with a particular Microsoft Office 2010 Release Type installed.
In the full-feature set you can drill through from this report to Microsoft Office 2010 Details (for a PC).
All of our 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.
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