As a Configuration Manager admin, there is an increasing pressure to show some info from Configuration Manager to your managers or peers. It might be update compliance levels, installed applications or different Windows 10 versions. And normally to need to get that info ASAP!
Configuration Manager has many ways to display data: you have different dashboards in the console, you have queries, reports and there is data warehouse for a history data. For different scenarios, you need to know which one to use.
In this session, we cover the different ways how you can get the right information out of Configuration Manager with as easy as possible. Even without SQL knowledge, you can create great reports with simple tools like Excel.
You will learn:
- Using Configuration Manager console to get the right data you want
- Configuration Manager reports and data warehouse
- Analyzing Configuration Manager data with Excel