SCCM Software Updates Catalog Report

SCCM Software Updates Catalog Report

Great way for a quick overview on your Software Updates Catalog

Our SCCM Software Updates Catalog report lists software updates available on your Software Update Point.

This report can be used to give information about software update without having access to the SCCM console. The collection scoping can list the updates that are deployed to this specific collection which gives an added value to the report.

Report features :

  • Use the report to help you achieve your organisation compliance target
  • See the complete patches inventory
  • Per Update list of Security and Compliance level
  • Displays only the latest software updates
  • Targets updates for a specific operating system by using the Search parameter
  • Clicking on an update will open the Microsoft Updates website showing additional information
  • List Expired or Superseded updates using the report and remove them from your Software Update Groups to save distribution point disk space
  • Use Custom Severity filed to list only updates that fits this criteria. This can be useful for excluding certain updates from your environment.

Free Support

We make sure that the report you purchase will work on your environment.

5 min Installation

By following this step by step guide, the report is install in 5 minutes.

Fast roi

This report is very useful and save a lot of time to your administrators.

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$9.99

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  • No drilldown experience
  • only one report
  • Free update
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3 Comments on “Configuration Manager – Software Updates”

  1. Could you please advise on the error messages below once i run the report :-

    An error has occurred during report processing. (rsProcessingAborted)
    Query execution failed for dataset ‘Parameter_Collection’. (rsErrorExecutingCommand)
    Invalid object name ‘v_Collections’.

    When t tried to run the Query in SQL Management Studio, i am getting the error below:-

    Msg 137, Level 15, State 2, Line 1
    Must declare the scalar variable “@Collection”.
    Msg 137, Level 15, State 2, Line 35
    Must declare the scalar variable “@Expired”.
    Msg 137, Level 15, State 2, Line 45
    Must declare the scalar variable “@Collection”.
    Msg 137, Level 15, State 2, Line 72
    Must declare the scalar variable “@Collection”.

    Appreciate your prompt response on this matter.

    Thanks

  2. I purchased some reports late last month, but I never received the download link. How do I get this resolved?

    Thanks,

    Matt

    1. Hello Matthew,

      We tried to send you an email to your email and we received a warning that the email couldn’t be delivered.

      Policy violation.

      We send you an invoice to your email. Drop us an email to info@systemcenterdudes.com.

      Thanks

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