SCCM 2012 SCEP reports for scan results

Good day, everyone,

I am running SCCM 2012 R2 in my environment. Every week, we have a full SCEP scan scheduled for all active workstations on the network.
I am interested to see the results of the scan, such as success, failure, scan type (Full or quick), and so forth.
There seems to be no built in reports for scan results in SCCM other than scans for software updates.
I would lie to run a report to show the results of the full SCEP scan scheduled each week. I realize that this report will need to be created.
We are using SQL 2008 R2 with Management Studio as the report server.
How would I go about creating such a report. Oh, and naturally, I am not well versed in SQL.
Thanks
bolschNetwork AdministratorAsked:
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Benjamin VoglarIT ProCommented:
Yes it is true. Certain reports really are missing, especially for SCEP. We have created our report with this Article:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/configmgrteam/archive/2012/03/28/building-custom-endpoint-protection-reports-in-system-center-2012-configuration-manager.aspx

I hope that's what you're looking for.
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bolschNetwork AdministratorAuthor Commented:
I did see that article, but it seems to skip the step of creating the SQL query in Management Studio.
Like I said, I am not SQL savvy (Has a ring to it, eh?).
Am I missing something that is glaringly obvious? Wouldn't be a first for that!
I will play with it some more and let you know.
Thanks!
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Benjamin VoglarIT ProCommented:
If you want to create a custum report, you have to use SQL Query not in Management Studio but in the Report builder. It is Quite simple.

https://sccmgeekdiary.wordpress.com/2012/10/29/sccm-2012-reporting-for-dummies-creating-your-own-ssrs-reports/

For example use this SQL Querry:

SELECT v_R_System.Name0 as  'Computer Name',
v_GS_OPERATING_SYSTEM.Caption0 as  'Operating System',
v_GS_AntimalwareHealthStatus.LastQuickScanDateTimeStart,
v_GS_AntimalwareHealthStatus.LastQuickScanDateTimeEnd,
v_GS_AntimalwareHealthStatus.LastFullScanDateTimeStart,
v_GS_AntimalwareHealthStatus.LastFullScanDateTimeEnd,
v_GS_AntimalwareHealthStatus.LastQuickScanAge as  'Days since last quick scan',
v_GS_AntimalwareHealthStatus.LastFullScanAge as  'Days since last full scan'
       
FROM v_GS_AntimalwareHealthStatus INNER JOIN v_R_System ON v_GS_AntimalwareHealthStatus.ResourceID =
v_R_System.ResourceID INNER JOIN
v_GS_OPERATING_SYSTEM ON v_R_System.ResourceID = v_GS_OPERATING_SYSTEM.ResourceID
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bolschNetwork AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Benjamin,

The query works very well and is pretty much what I was looking for! Thank you so much!
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