Report for Update rings for Windows 10 policy

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Hi Team.

I create a policy for Update rings in Windows 10. Deploy policy for group.

There is a report with some details: which computers have the policy? Which updates were installed?

 

One report with all details about this policy?

 

Thanks,

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@CarlosMorales 

To obtain a report with details about the Update Rings policy deployment and installed updates on computers in a group in Windows 10, you can use the Group Policy Results (GPResult) and Windows Update reporting features. Here's how you can approach it:

  1. Group Policy Results (GPResult):

    • On a Windows domain controller or a computer with the Group Policy Management feature installed, open the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC).
    • Navigate to the "Group Policy Results" node, right-click, and choose "Group Policy Results Wizard."
    • Follow the wizard to specify the target computer or user group for which you want to generate the report.
    • After completing the wizard, you'll receive a report that includes information about applied Group Policies, including the Update Rings policy. This report will help identify which computers have the policy applied.
  2. Windows Update Reporting:

    • On a Windows computer within the targeted group, open the "Settings" app.
    • Go to "Update & Security" > "Windows Update."
    • Click on "View update history" to see a list of installed updates.
    • Take note of the installed updates for each computer and compare them with the Update Rings policy to determine the compliance.

Please note that these methods provide individual reports for policy application and installed updates on each computer. If you need a consolidated report with all the details about the policy deployment and installed updates across multiple computers, you might need to consider using third-party software or scripts that can collect and consolidate the information from multiple sources.

Alternatively, you can explore the Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (formerly known as SCCM) or other similar systems that offer more comprehensive reporting capabilities for managing and tracking updates in enterprise environments. These tools provide centralized management and reporting features to monitor policy deployments and track installed updates across a large number of computers.

Thank you, I have made a mistake in not specifying, I have created this policy for update rings in Intune and from Intune I would like to see this report.