Operating System Dashboard

Managing and upgrading operating systems (OS) is now more complicated than ever with the release of Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 and 2019. How do you report on the status of all your computers? Unfortunately, ConfigMgr doesn’t provide you with built-in reports to help answer questions such as:

  • What OS goes with what ring (branch version)?
  • How many computers are still using Windows Vista or Windows 7?
  • Is that Windows 10 build still supported?
  • Which computers are using what OS or ring?

Where can you turn to for help?

 

Solution:Operating System Dashboard

The Operating System Dashboard shows you the total number of computers by system role within a collection. It further breaks down the percentage of these computers by OS (and short name), ring (branch version), and state. You can quickly see, all in one place, the number of computers using a specific OS and ring, and the number that are supported, unsupported or nearing end of support.

When this dashboard was last released in December of 2019, we listened to your feedback and updated it to include specific details about the number of computers running specific versions of Windows 10 such as 1909. Simply by clicking on the expand link in the Operating System table, you can see the short names for each OS and the total number of computers. In the full set of reports you can drill down on either the Windows 10 or Windows 10 version short name to see which computers have that version installed.

In the Power BI report version, selecting the report filters changes the results in an instant! You can print the results from both Power BI Report Server (PBRS) and Power BI Desktop (PBD). PBD also allows you to export the results to a PDF.

Power BI

Operating System Dashboard - Power BI

 

SSRS

Operating System Dashboard - SSRS

One of the best parts about the SSRS report version is that, not only can you export it to a PDF and print it (the columns all fit on one page) but you can setup an email subscription to this report. Once a subscription is setup, the report is emailed to you at scheduled times. This feature is also available in a number of Enhansoft Reporting’s dashboards/reports. For more information about how to setup an email subscription, please see this post, https://www.enhansoft.com/how-to-set-up-an-email-subscription-in-ssrs/.

 

Enhansoft Reporting –Software Updates Dashboard

The Software Updates Dashboard report is found within Enhansoft Reporting’s Dashboard category. This category provides you with detailed dashboards and reports about your ConfigMgr environment. Many of the dashboards and reports in this category are designed to allow a ConfigMgr Administrator to review the health and status of their ConfigMgr 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 see a list of last month’s SU? Then get the Software Updates Dashboard NOW!

Are you looking for another ConfigMgr/SCCM/MEMCM report? Are you looking for Power BI reports? Do you find that Configuration Manager reporting is difficult? Reporting shouldn’t be hard and with Enhansoft Reporting’s 150+ reports, sorted into 26 different categories, we make it easy for you!

Find out more about the reports in Enhansoft Reporting by clicking on any of the 26 category buttons below.

Adobe

Applications and Packages

Computer

Computer Details

Configuration Manager Site

Dashboard

Endpoint Protection

ER Base Reports

Local Accounts and Groups

Mapped Drives

Mapped Printers

Microsoft Office

Mobile Device

Monitors (MIR)

Network Interface Controllers

Proxy

Roles and Features

Security

Services

Share

Software Inventory

Software Updates

SQL Server

System Enclosure

User Programs

Volumes

 

Still not sure that we have the right 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 reports have the Role-Based Administration (RBA) feature enabled. This means that whether you are using Configuration Manager Current Branch or System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager, these reports will work with all RBA settings.

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