Let’s check the default ConfigMgr Reports Site Infrastructure Related. There are Thirty-Three (33) out-of-box Site Infrastructure Related reports available as part of Configuration Manager SSRS reports.
There are other useful software update-related reports outside ConfigMgr Site Infrastructure Related Reports. Also, you can learn How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports from the previous post here. You can also create custom reports if you are looking for additional reports.
If you have trouble opening default SCCM reports, you can refer to Fix Report Server cannot Open a Connection Error ConfigMgr. Let’s also learn how to create a New Database for SSRS Reporting Service.
Make sure you have all the following in place to access the ConfigMgr Site Infrastructure Related Reports.
- Reporting Services Point is installed.
- SSRS reports are working fine.
- Make sure you have appropriate permissions to launch reports from Console and SSRS URL.
Launch ConfigMgr Site Infra Related Reports
Let’s learn how to launch Site Infrastructure Related reports from the console.
- Launch Console
- Navigate to \Monitoring\Overview\Reporting\Reports.
- Sort the reports by Category.
- Right-click on the related “Site Related Reports“ reports.
- Select the RUN option.
Site – Client Information Reports
Let’s check which are reports available as part of the Client Information category default SSRS Reports. There are nineteen (19) reports available in this category.
|Site – Client Information
|Client assignment detailed status report
|Client assignment failure details
|Client assignment status details
|Client assignment success details
|Client deployment failure report
|Client deployment status details
|Client deployment success report
|Clients incapable of HTTPS communication
|Computers assigned but not installed for a particular site
|Computers with a specific Configuration Manager client version
|Count of clients and protocol used for communication
|Count of clients assigned and installed for each site
|Count of clients capable of HTTPS communication
|Count of clients for each site
|Count of Configuration Manager clients by client versions
|Problem details reported to the fallback status point for a specified collection
|Problem details reported to the fallback status point for a specified site
|Summary of problems reported to the fallback status point
|Summary of problems reported to the fallback status point for a specific collection
Count of clients for each site – This report displays the number of Configuration Manager clients installed by site code.
Discovery and Inventory Reports
Let’s have a quick look at the ConfigMgr site Discovery and Inventory Reports. There are ten (10) reports available in this category.
|Site – Discovery and Inventory Information
|Clients that have not reported recently (in a specified number of days)
|Computers discovered by a specific site
|Computers discovered recently by discovery method
|Computers not discovered recently (in a specified number of days)
|Computers not inventoried recently (in a specified number of days)
|Computers that might share the same Configuration Manager unique identifier
|Computers with duplicate MAC addresses
|Count computers in resource domains or workgroups
|Discovery information for a specific computer
|Inventory dates for a specific computer
Inventory dates for a specific computer – Displays the date and time inventory was the last run on a single computer. This helps to troubleshoot some of the SCCM inventory issues.
Site – General reports are available as part of this category. There are only three (3) SSRS reports available in this section.
|Site – General
|Computers in a specific site
|Site status for the hierarchy
|Status of Configuration Manager update within hierarchy
Site status for the hierarchy – Displays the list of sites in the hierarchy with site version and site status information.
Site – Server Information
Site – Server Information related reports are available as part of this category. There are only one (1) SSRS report available in this section.
|Site – Server Information
|Site system roles and site system servers for a specific site
Site system roles and site system servers for a specific site – Displays a list of system servers and their site system roles for a single site.
Anoop is Microsoft MVP! He is a Solution Architect in enterprise client management with more than 20 years of experience (calculation done in 2021) in IT. He is a blogger, Speaker, and Local User Group HTMD Community leader. His main focus is on Device Management technologies like SCCM 2012, Current Branch, and Intune. E writes about ConfigMgr, Windows 11, Windows 10, Azure AD, Microsoft Intune, Windows 365, AVD, etc…