Creating a custom SCCM Report

Now that we have the information about our monitors in our database, we need to figure out a way to display it. For that, we will need to write a new report. Since the report editing features in either the SCCM console or the Reporting Services Editor are quite bad, it’s much easier to first create the report in SQL management studio.

6 Replies to “Creating a custom SCCM Report”

  1. Hi awesome work, much appreciated.
    Quick query how would I go about editing the report to prompt for a collection prior to running the report, would this be possible?

    Thanks in advance

  2. Awesome work. I’d like to know how could I add Collection into report. very much appreciated

  3. For some reason, when I run the report, I get a listing from only one computer. I have run the script on several computers . I have checked the resource explorer to verify that the record was populated in WMI. I also see a number of new records in the SQL view.

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