June 2019’s free System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) report is Management Point Usage. It is only free in June, so get it today!
Why do you need this report? Keep reading below!
Do you want to plan downtime or simply understand the trends of client MP connections in your SCCM environment better? Unfortunately, there are no current built-in SCCM reports that you can turn to for help.
Solution: Management Point Usage
Enhansoft’s Management Point Usage report displays the daily maximum, average and minimum usage of each management point (MP) type over a specific date range.
If you know exactly how many clients are connected to MPs and when this number is at its lowest, then you can plan downtime, or simply understand the trends in your environment better. This report leverages the real-time data collected each hour by SCCM current branch 1810 or later.
By default, this report displays the last 14-days of usage for the three different MP types, however, you can choose any date range you want. The MP type prompt allows you to filter out various MP types, so you only see the MPs that you want to learn more about. You can also filter out what daily value (Max, Avg, or Min) is displayed.
- CMG (cloud management gateway)
- IBCM (internet-based client management)
- MP (the standard SCCM management point)
Note: When the CMG and IBCM management points are not implemented, the result of zero (0) is listed within the chart. This also means that their graph lines might overlap with the baseline as is shown in the report screenshot below.
The full report set includes a companion report, Management Point Daily Usage.
Enhansoft Reporting – Management Point Usage
Management Point Usage is found within Enhansoft Reporting’s Configuration Manager Site category. This category provides you with detailed dashboards and reports 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 Configuration Manager environment without having to access the console. You can even have these dashboards and reports emailed to Administrators at scheduled times!
Would you find it useful to plan downtime or understand the trends of client MP connections in your SCCM environment? Then get Management Point Usage!
Are you looking for another SCCM report? Do you find that SCCM reporting is difficult? SCCM reporting shouldn’t be hard and with Enhansoft Reporting’s 150+ SCCM reports, sorted into 26 different categories, we make it easy for you!
We can’t possibly list all of the SCCM reports found in Enhansoft Reporting, but here are the 26 categories:
Still not sure that we have the right SCCM report for you? Just ask and we will be more than happy to help you out! Send a note to TechTalk@enhansoft.com.
All of our free SCCM 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.