How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports | Endpoint Manager | Configuration Manager

Let’s check how to Launch ConfigMgr Reports. How many of you use these SCCM default reports related to Hardware or Asset Intelligence or Software Updates? Some of the out-of-box reports are not relevant from my perspective.

ConfigMgr has many built-in reports covering many of the reporting and troubleshooting tasks that you might want to do. You can also use the SQL statements in these reports to help you to write ConfigMgr custom reports.

Reporting in ConfigMgr provides a set of tools and resources that help you with out-of-box reports and these reports help in troubleshooting as well.

Requirements

Make sure you have all the following in place to access the ConfigMgr default reports.

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  • 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 Reports from Console

Let’s learn how to launch a default reports from console.

  • Navigate to \Monitoring\Overview\Reporting\Reports.
  • Sort the reports by Category.
  • Right-click on the Report “Administration Activity Log“.
  • Select the RUN option.
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports
  • Some of the reports might take more time to get loaded.
  • In the background, it’s running a SQL query against SCCM DB and presenting you with the requested report.
  • You can wait until the loading screen goes away.
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports
  • This report shows the log of administrative changes made for administrative users, security roles, security scopes, and collections.
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports

Filter Options of SCCM Reports

There are various filter options available for default SCCM reports. You can filter the reports based on your requirements.

  • Filter report based on Administrative Users.
  • Click on Values.
  • Select the Admin user Anoop from the popup window.
  • Click OK to continue.
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports
  • Click on Values hyperlink Values from the Type filter of the report.
  • Select Administrative User.
  • Click the OK button to continue.
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports
  • Click on Values hyperlink Values from the Date Range filter of the report.
  • Select During the last 90 days.
  • Click the OK button to continue.
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Results

Let’s check the results of the report. Click on the View Report button to get the results.

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Launch Report in Browser

You can run the SCCM reports in the browser.

  • Navigate to \Monitoring\Overview\Reporting\Reports.
  • Select Administration activity log.
  • Click on Run in Browser button from ribbon menu.
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  • URL – http://REPORTING_Server_Name/ReportServer/Pages/ReportViewer.aspx?%2fConfigMgr_MEM%2fAdministrative+Security%2fAdministration+activity+log&rs:Command=Render
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports
How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports | SCCM | Default Reports

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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…

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