With the end of 2019 in sight, I thought it would be useful to look back and see what posts were the most popular this year. After reviewing the posts, I ended up creating three Top 10 lists. One list is specifically for Configuration Manager posts (SCCM/MEMCM/Intune), one is for Configuration Manager reporting tips (Power BI, SSRS and SQL Server) and the last list shows our most popular Configuration Manager-related posts.
I hope you find these lists handy for quick reference, or in case you missed a post or two along the way, you can see what blog posts others found helpful in 2019.
Top 10 Configuration Manager Posts (SCCM/MEMCM/Intune) in 2019
This year’s list has a number of what I would call troubleshooting posts. There are also a couple of posts that focus on installation procedures. I found it interesting that the post about how to troubleshoot hardware inventory issues wasn’t first on the list anymore. It’s now #6. I guess many companies are proactively troubleshooting issues and getting things fixed-up sooner rather than later, so that’s great!
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Top 10 SCCM/MEMCM Reporting Blog Posts in 2019
Last year, there weren’t that many posts about reporting tips in the Top 10, but this year there were, so I felt that reporting deserved its own list! The popularity of the posts on this list also proves to me how under-used reporting is within SCCM/MEMCM and how admins want to learn more, whether it’s reporting with SSRS or Power BI.
What posts could I write in 2020 that would help you get a better understanding of how to create your own reports and dashboards? Do you have a report idea? If so, please feel free to suggest it on Enhansoft’s ideas page: https://ideas.enhansoft.com/.
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Top 10 Configuration Manager-Related Posts in 2019
What I found interesting about this list was that there was a fair amount of change from last year’s list, but the AVMA license keys post was still #1. By the way, I haven’t updated it to include the Windows 2019 keys, but stay tuned because it is on my “to-do” list!