How can I show what packages are pending delivery for a site.

I know that in SCCM I can click on Packages and drill down to see if a package is deployed for a site.
What I'd like to find is a means to find what packages are deployed for a site?
I'd like to find out how to do this via SCCM or via SCOM. Evan a command line would be ok as last case.
any help or suggestions?
Brian Sretired geekAsked:
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run the report called "Distribution status of a specific package"
"All packages on a specific distribution point" report

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