Power BI 12 Days of Dashboards – Day 9 – Building your first SCCM Report in Power BI

Day #9 – Building your first SCCM ConfigMgr Report in Power BI As part of my Power BI 12 Days of Dashboards series, day #9 will take a slight twist to the current format and help walk you through creating your first Power BI report leveraging data from System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM). I’ve also…

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Installing Power BI Desktop through SCCM

Installing Power BI Desktop through SCCM Over the past few months, my enterprise customers have been challenged to keep up to date with the latest monthly installations of Power BI Desktop as the product group releases new functionality. In enterprise environments where local users are not administrators on their machines, it is a challenge to…

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Querying SCCM – Finding Manufacturer Counts and Percentages

Lately I’ve been doing a lot of work with System Center Configuration Manager¬†(SCCM) 2012 in terms of reporting and custom collections. As part of this, I’ve had the need to write this particular short query to retrieve manufacturer details several times, which seemed to make for a good target to share. Goal: Find the number…

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Discovering SQL Server 2005 Instances by Querying System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)

SQL Server 2005 extended support will end on April 12, 2016. After this date, Microsoft will no longer be releasing security updates for this product. In the article, we will query the System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) 2012 database to obtain the number and editions of SQL Server 2005 instances that are installed, along with…

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