Co-management was first introduced in SCCM 1710, since then, it has been updating with the latest features that help to achieve more in a better way. Co-management helps to move the windows device management from traditional to Modern using Microsoft Intune (MDM). This post will describe how to Monitor it using an SCCM comanagement report.
If you don’t have any plans to manage the device using Intune which is already being managed by ConfigMgr, you can still go ahead and enable the co-management and leave the workloads with ConfigMgr. You obsoletely have no issues in doing it. By enrolling the device into Intune, you get additional benefits from the cloud such as conditional access policy, wipe or reboot a device, etc.
When you enable the co-management and start moving the workloads to Intune, it is always important to monitor the devices for enrollment status, the errors in case they failed to enroll, and more.
For monitoring usage of the co-management devices, there are no default reports available, though there is a co-management dashboard available in the monitoring node, it doesn’t give deeper insights about the device status, what workloads are applied, enrollment status etc. Basically, the linked URLs for each section are missing which is a little frustrating during the client troubleshooting.
The following is the default dashboard available in the console.
If you are looking for deeper insights on the co-management information, we have got you covered with our custom SCCM Comanagement Report.
This dashboard can run against a specific collection (filter) and is split into the following sections:
- Client OS Distribution: Shows the count of of client devices per OS build such as 1803,1809, 202H2 etc.
- Co-management status: A pie chart shows the number of devices with enrollment states.
- Co-management enrollment status: A pie chart shows the number of devices with the enrollment status especially on the device join status.
- Enrollment errors: (Top 5) A table shows the count of devices that has enrollment errors.
- Workload transition: A bar chart with the number of devices that are transitioned to Microsoft Intune.
- And finally, a List of all devices from the collection that you have selected, with its co-management status, enrollment status, client inventory data along with managed workloads of specific device.
How to download the SCCM Comanagement Report
To use this report, you have 2 options :
- Subscribe to our membership, download the RDL file, upload it to your SCCM server Report server and run the report. The membership also allows to have future version and many other perks
- If you’re not interessted in our subsciption, the report can be bought as a single product.
Please, leave your feedback or comments if you are using our SCCM Comanagement Report.