Exercises for Creating Custom Reports in Configuration Manager

 

Updated: January 1, 2014

Applies To: System Center 2012 Configuration Manager, System Center 2012 Configuration Manager SP1, System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager

The topics in this section provide exercises that demonstrate how to modify and clone predefined reports and how to create a new Configuration Manager report, using different methods for creating or modifying the SQL statement in each report.

In This Section

Exercise 1: Run an Existing Configuration Manager Report

Provides a step-by-step exercise for running a Configuration Manager report and identifying the standard report elements.

Exercise 2: Modify an Existing Report in Configuration Manager

Provides a step-by-step exercise for modifying a Configuration Manager report.

Exercise 3: Create a New Configuration Manager Report

Provides a step-by-step exercise for creating a report SQL statement, using Microsoft SQL Server Management Studio, and creating a new Configuration Manager report.

Advanced Exercise 1: Create a New Report for Compliance Settings in Configuration Manager

Provides an advanced exercise that lists the requirements for creating a new Configuration Manager report for the compliance settings feature.

Advanced Exercise 2: Create a New Report for Hardware Inventory in Configuration Manager

Provides an advanced exercise that provides the requirements for creating a new Configuration Manager report for the hardware inventory feature.

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