SCCM Software Update Dashboard Overview

Benoit LecoursSCCM, Software Updates4 Comments

Starting in SCCM 1610, you can use the new Software Updates Dashboard to view the compliance status of devices in your organization and analyze devices that are at risk. This is the third dashboard since the Current Branch release which is a great effort from the product group to give better visibility on the data gathered by your Configuration Manager clients. We already made an overview of the Windows 10 Servicing dashboard and the Office 365 Management dashboard will also be a topic in a future post. SCCM Software Updates Dashboard Overview To open the dashboard : Open the SCCM console Go … Read More

Windows 10 Resources and Links for SCCM Administrators

Benoit LecoursSCCM, WINDOWS 101 Comment

Before starting a Windows 10 migration project, it’s always a good idea to be informed. There was so much information about Windows 10 in the past year : the OS itself has a couple of new features that you need to first understand. Your infrastructure needs various updates before you can start managing Windows 10 devices. The Windows 10 servicing options are also a huge chunk to understand. This can be overwhelming at first so we decided to compile a list of documentation that we found helpful during our multiple deployment projects. Come back often as this list will continue … Read More

SCCM Hardware Inventory Problem on Windows 10 1607

Benoit LecoursSCCM11 Comments

  [su_box title=”Update 2016/10/28″ style=”glass” box_color=”#000000″ title_color=”#F0F0F0″]This issue is now resolved in the October 27, 2016—KB3197954 (OS Build 14393.351) update : File information and complete details available in the KB3197954 support article.[/su_box] With the increasing speed of new Windows 10 releases, SCCM administrators will be faced with new testing process before deploying to all your users. During this process at a customer, we found an hardware inventory problem affecting only Windows 1607 devices. We were able to reproduce the problem in our lab and finally decided to submit the problem to Microsoft. They confirmed that it’s actually a bug that seems to reside in the … Read More