I have a daily report that e-mails my team a list of all devices along with their current AMCore date/version. I've been asked to include what the most up-to-date AMCore date/version is on that report. Anyone know of a way to accomplish this?
Through an automated task, I don't know how to include what the current version is in the repository. The best suggestion might be to add the amcore content date column to the query you are running for your report. Your latest content date will be either the current date or previous date, depending on when clients update in relation to when you pull the current content into the repository.
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So with VSE you can run a query that gives you an output for "within X days of repository". With ENS you cannot run this same report. Below I have screen shots from my ePO that will guide you how you can perform this in your environment. Please be advised that you may or may not want to add more information in the "columns/filter", this is just what I input to give a base idea.
The last screen shows the output of the 4 machines that have ENS on them in my ePO. You should see something similar to this in your environment (with the addition of any other factors you cite). Hopefully this helps a little bit.
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