Here is another report today ,to list all the computers with their maintenance window setting and are part of which collection. The maintenance window information( collection ID,Description,time etc.) is available from SQL view called v_ServiceWindow. Below is the report to display all the computer with their maintenance window settings .You can also limit this collection…

Report to list all the computer where the discovery agent time shows older than 30 days. This you can find out if you right click on the computer ,go to properties and see Agent name[0] (ex:SMS_AD_SYSTEM_DISCOVERY) respect to Agent time[0] for the above discovery method which will be the recent date. select a.Name0,b.AgentName,b.AgentTime from v_R_System…

Today,I come across several advertisement status message IDs for a particular advertisement which can be viewed under system status--->advertisement status. I,Thought of sharing the excel sheet with you about all the advertisement status message ID’s with its description along with. This might be helpful in creating reports or collections with status message ID’s. Download the…

Hi all ,Another report to find out the servers where IIS is installed with the version of it.this assumes that ,you have enabled the inventory agent and set the properties for .exe to not exclude windows folder.If you select exclude files from windows directory,you will not see any results in the report because inetmgr.exe will…
Monthly Patch statistics reports in SMS/SCCM to show up to the management in a simplified manner

Long back created a report for the monthly Patch statistics which can be found in http://www.windows-noob.com/forums/index.php?/topic/1764-patch-management-report-in-sms-2003/#entry6281 Below all the reports have been created using the last state messages.Even you can create different type of quiries based on this. I was referring to the Patch process and found an image which gives the statistics for the…

You might get a request to find out all the computers in organisation connected to which printers.There might be differetn printers in organisation and connection to the computers will vary.I just thought to post this qeury on the which will be useful for some one. SELECT A.Name0, A.UserName0, B.Name0, B.DriverName0, B.Location0, B.PortName0, B.ShareName0 FROM v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM…