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Windows SCCM patch level

I recently had SCCM implement.  I have found reports which let me see all Win 2008 R2 without patch, those with SP1 and those with SP2.  I wondered if there was a report within SCCM which would allow me to see at a more granular level the patching level of all my servers.  Which have received the latest patches less that a full blow SP and which have not.  ??  Thank you.
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amigan_99
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Rich WeisslerProfessional Troublemaker^h^h^h^h^hshooterCommented:
That sounds like Software Updates within SCCM.  You'll need to install a WSUS server tied to the SCCM instance.  It gives you a great deal of granularity, and it'll also enable a lot of the patch reporting within SCCM, but it takes a bit of effort to set up.
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ChiefITCommented:
I was looking into a custom WMI query to show all software on a system. You can use a custom query created as a WMI script to get more granularity on what's on a system.

But, there are also built in reports to see what computer has what software.

There's also (within SCCM) the ability to create dashboards.

All of this is a lot of playing around with the server to get it to do what you want. It's best to get a patching program that's built just for that reason of patching.

If interested in any of the above ideas, ask for additional information.
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ChiefITCommented:
One other thing, you can initiate a software cycle inventory, or you can also initiate a software scan cycle to ensure the sytem is patched from the SCCM client side software or within SCC console on the system itself.
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amigan_99Author Commented:
Thanks all.
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ChiefITCommented:
Here is a WMI command to work with:

WMIC /NODE: “HOSTNAME or IP ADDRESS” PRODUCT LIST STATUS
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