SCCM community Hub is the central location within your SCCM console where you can share useful SCCM objects with other admins. SCCM community hub is still in technical preview version.
It’s not released for the production version of SCCM. I don’t know whether this community hub will be available in SCCM 1902 or not.
Note – There could be changes in production version of SCCM Community Hub
What is SCCM Community Hub
The Community Hub is a centralized location for sharing useful SCCM objects like script and custom reports with others.
There is a community workspace in the SCCM Console. There are two (2) nodes under Community workspace.
Use the Community Hub to download the following types of SCCM objects:
- Configuration items
Prerequisite SCCM Community Hub
- Use the SCCM console on a client OS.Alternatively but not recommended: on a server OS, disable Internet Explorer: Enhanced Security Configuration.
- The computer with the SCCM console requires internet access, and connectivity to the following sites via proxy servers:
How to Download Script/Reports from SCCM Community Hub
As I mentioned above, Community workspace in SCCM console will help you to download the scripts and reports. The following steps will help to download Scripts and Reports:
- Navigate to Community workspace in the SCCM console, and select the Hub node
- Click on Home button and click on the Script or Report which you want to download from the below list
- Click Download button to download the script or report
- Confirm whether Download is completed successfully or not from the same place mentioned in the above step
Where SCCM Community Hub Scripts will Get Downloaded?
In the above section, you learned how to download script from SCCM community hub. Now, you will learn where these community hub scripts will get stored? The following steps will help to find out the scripts downloaded from SCCM community hub:
- Navigate to \Software Library\Overview\Scripts from SCCM console
- Checkout whether the downloaded scripts are available in the Scripts node