Status report for Software Update deployments

Spending some time in other communities often gives me a lot of good ideas to reports and queries. A little while ago in the System Center Technet community I stumbled over a very need report created by a user called Qu4rk. His report shows a status of each update deployment, with a count of the each possible software update states. The only thing I have changed (thanks to Claus) is a new column showing the compliant computers in %. I am not going to take any credit for the report as my work was very limited. But this report is [...]

By |2009-09-21T09:43:54+01:00September 21st, 2009|Configuration Manager (SCCM)|20 Comments

System Center User Group Meeting

The first SCUG user group meeting has just been announced over at SCUG.DK - It’s going to be a very interesting day with some cool sessions hosted by no other than Mr. Wally Mead :-) Agenda 09:00 – 10:00  Breakfast and Registration 10:00 – 10:15  Welcome and introduction to SCUG.DK and SCUG.SE 10:15 – 11:15  To be announced 11:15 – 11:30  Break 11:30 – 12:30  What's new in Configuration Manager 2007 R3 (Wally Mead) 12:30 – 13:15  Break and Lunch 13:15 – 14:15  What's new in Configuration Manager 2007 SP2 (Wally Mead) 14:15 – 14:30  Break 14:30 – 15:30  [...]

By |2009-09-18T14:14:17+01:00September 18th, 2009|Events|0 Comments

How to remove Software updates from a deployment

From time to time you will need to remove one or more software updates from a deployment. To remove the update from the deployment you can: Identify the update by reviewing the updatesdeployment.log on one the clients. If the deployment process is visible, you can also identify the failure by looking at the Updates installation status. Remove the update from the Update Management list You can see which update lists the update is part of by looking at the updates properties in the Config Mgr. console Navigate to the Deployment Management node, select the Deployment management list. Select the update [...]

By |2009-09-07T19:55:00+01:00September 7th, 2009|Configuration Manager (SCCM)|0 Comments