SCCM Download a Custom Report to Find Out All Patches Installed ConfigMgr

SCCM Download a Custom Report to Find Out All Patches Installed ConfigMgr. I’ve seen an excellent custom report which contains a rdl file to create a custom report within seconds.

Latest Default Reports – ConfigMgr SCCM List Of Default Reports HTMD Blog (anoopcnair.com)

This is from none other than Steve Rachui! We have a default report Compliance 5:  Specific Computer which provides the details of all the patches installed on a system via software updates.

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Download a Custom Report to Find Out All Patches

This report won’t provide the details of patches if you install the patch via the standard package. SCCM Download a Custom Report to Find Out All Patches Installed ConfigMgr

List of default reports available SCCM 2012 SP1 from here.  So to create this custom report, first of all, you need to enable hardware inventory by selecting a new class Quick Fix Engineering. Let me just warn you before you enable the Quick Fix Engineering class.  More details about Quick Fix Engineering.

Steve talks about using report builder and adding new classes to inventory etc.. in his original post. More details : Modifying a Report to Merge Software Update Deployments with Updates Delivered Through Standard Software Distribution.

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Download the RDL from  http://blogs.msdn.com/cfs-file.ashx/__key/communityserver-components-postattachments/00-10-38-45-10/Compliance-5-_2D00_-Specific-computer-_2D00_-Custom.rdl

Resources

Free SCCM Training Part 1 | 17 Hours Of Latest Technical Content | ConfigMgr Lab HTMD Blog (anoopcnair.com)

How To Disable SCCM Application Deployment | ConfigMgr | MEMCM – HTMD Blog #2 (howtomanagedevices.com)

7 thoughts on “SCCM Download a Custom Report to Find Out All Patches Installed ConfigMgr”

  1. Whenever I run this RDL it runs into a datasource error. I map the datasource to my own shared datasource but it does not appear to run.

    Thanks,
    Trevor

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