This post describes how to inventory Office 365 using SCCM 1606. We will also provide a free report at the end of the post that you could use on your Reporting Point to easily display Office 365 inventory data.
SCCM 1606 introduces new hardware inventory classes for Office 365 configurations. You no longer need to edit your MOF files to gather Office 365 inventory. If you are using SCCM 1602 or below, follow Jason Sandys post which describes Office 365 inventory process using a MOF customization.
If your goal is to deploy Office 365 updates, refer to our post on how to manage Office 365 updates using SCCM.
SCCM Office 365 inventory report post summary :
- Office 365 Inventory Data explained
- How to enable Office 365 Inventory classes
- Verify Office 365 Inventory data on a client
- How to upload and use our free Office 365 report
SCCM Office 365 Inventory Report – Direct Download link
If you don’t want to read the whole post, you can download the RDL file directly using this link :
- You can download this free report by visiting our product page. The Asset – Office 365 report is available in the Report / Asset Section.
Office 365 Inventory Data
Office 365 is using new update channels and update mechanism. Tracking versions and update channels is an important task. The good news is that it’s easy to do using SCCM 1606 but the data needs to be interpreted as it’s not straight forward (mostly for update channel).
Here’s the complete definition of the update channel and their meaning :
|Insider Preview / Monthly (Targeted)||http://officecdn.microsoft.com/pr/64256afe-f5d9-4f86-8936-8840a6a4f5be|
Here’s the definition of other information gathered by the new hardware class. We haven’t found definition for all fields, unfortunately, Technet documentation is not completed. If you have any information on your environment, feel free to share it using the comment section.
|InstallationPath||C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Office|
|ClientInstallationFolder||C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\ClickToRun|
|ClientCulture (Language)||en-us / fr-fr|
|CDNBaseUrl (Channel)||See Channels table|
|UpdatesEnabled||True / False|
|Platform (Architecture)||x86 / x64|
|LastScenarioResults||Success / Failure|
|AutoUpgrade||True / False|
|GPOChannel||See Channels table|
How to enable Office 365 Inventory
- Open the SCCM Console
- Go to Administration / Client Settings
- Right-Click your Default Client Setting, select Properties
- Click on Hardware Inventory
- Click on Set Classes
- Ensure that Office365ProPlusConfiguration is enabled, click OK (remove unneeded field if necessary)
Now that our classes are enabled, trigger a Machine Policy Retrieval & Evaluation Cycle (to have the latest Client Settings) followed by an Hardware inventory Cycle on a computer that has Office installed. Once the inventory is completed, check the inventory using Resource Explorer :
- In the SCCM Console
- Right-Click your device, select Start / Resource Explorer
- Confirm that you have OFFICE365PROPLUSCONFIGURATIONS listed
SCCM Office 365 inventory report
Now that your inventory is gathering Office 365 data, we created a report to display the results. This report is free to use.
To use the report :
- You can download this free report by visiting our product page. The Asset – Office 365 report is available in the Report / Asset Section
- Upload the report to your Reporting Point and change the data source
- Run the report
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