Let’s check the ConfigMgr/SCCM Reports on Driver Management. There are thirteen (13) out-of-box reports available as part of Configuration Manager SSRS reports. You can refer to the ConfigMgr driver import and driver package creation process guide.
There are other useful hardware related reports outside driver management reports. Also, you can learn How to Launch ConfigMgr Reports from the previous post here.
If you have trouble opening SSRS 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 are in place to access the ConfigMgr driver management default 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 Client Reports
Let’s learn how to launch driver management default reports from the console.
- Launch Console
- Navigate to \Monitoring\Overview\Reporting\Reports.
- Sort the reports by Category.
- Right-click on the Report “Driver Management“.
- Select the RUN option.
Driver Management Reports
Let’s check the 13 (thirteen) ConfigMgr Driver Management reports.
|2||All drivers for a specific platform|
|3||All drivers in a specific boot image|
|4||All drivers in a specific category|
|5||All drivers in a specific package|
|6||Categories for a specific driver|
|7||Computers that failed to install drivers for a specific collection|
|8||Driver catalog matching report for a specific collection|
|9||Driver catalog matching report for a specific computer|
|10||Driver catalog matching report for a specific device on a specific Computer|
|11||Driver catalog matching report for computers in a specific collection with a specific device|
|12||Drivers that failed to install on a specific computer|
|13||Supported platforms for a specific Driver|
Driver catalog matching report for computers in a specific collection with a specific device – This report shows a driver catalog matching report for computers in a specific collection with a specific device.
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Does anyone have an easy way to query driver “usage”?
To see for example in which bootimages it’s being used.
It seems that in PowerShell the Get-CMDriver unfortunately doesn’t have a ‘usage’ property.
This would come in handy to cleanup unused drivers when you have more than 1000 like us. (never been cleaned…)