Investigating SCCM Client Policy Request and Communication Status with a Collection Specific Report

Introduction: As a SCCM Configmgr administrator, one of your key responsibilities is to ensure the health of SCCM clients for tasks like application deployment, software updates, and inventory management. Oftentimes, you may encounter situations where you need to identify computers that haven't contacted the server in a specific number of days or determine the clients…
SCCM Report for Missing Boundaries and Troubleshooting

Note:If you are running Microsoft Endpoint Manager Configuration Manager 2002 and later, this post is not applicable. In 2002 and later builds, the boundary group information is available as default value for client devices and you dont need to extend the custom MOF file. For more information about boundary groups in build 2002 and later,…
Configmgr How use compliance settings to check windows update agent version (WUA) is older ,Collection and SQL query

Using compliance settings in Configmgr, you can do many tasks as part of compliance. In the last couple of blogs, we have utilized compliance settings to identify WU settings,automatic update,trusted publisher settings etc. http://eskonr.com/2017/10/configmgr-how-to-use-compliance-settings-to-check-the-windows-update-policy-settings-like-wuserver-usewuservernoautoupdate-on-clients/ In this blog post ,we will see how to use compliance settings to check for Windows update agent version if it…
SCCM Configmgr Report for Boundary group relationships with Fallback Sites

Beginning with configuration manager version 1702, clients use boundary groups to find a new software update point. You can add individual software update points to different boundary groups to control which site servers, a client can find the content or update scan. More information about boundary groups and its relationship with  software update point changes…