Announcing Power BI ConfigMgr Dashboard (1.4)
It’s been a busy couple of months for us on the Power BI front. Following the success of my Power BI SCCM Dashboard (see previous post), I’m pleased to announce version 1.4! This version is a little different though as its the first version with the PowerON brand and its packed with improvements for the community to use.
It’s been a natural progression with the dashboard and with the great things we’re doing at PowerON on the BI front, we felt it was the right time to improve the dashboard and showcase some of the innovate things we’ve implemented in other system center reports.
With this now coming under the PowerON brand, we’re also adding the option to contact PowerON for more advanced consultancy, customisation and enablement support contracts of the dashboard.
Hopefully you’ll enjoy the update and we’ll be continuing to add improvements over the coming months 🙂
07 July 2017
Version 1.4 Dashboard Release Notes
- Complete report redesign
- Functions for invoking removed following June Power BI update
- Parameters added for specifying ConfigMgr Server/DB
- Optional parameters added for limiting collections
- Optional parameter added for including device name in report
- Query improvements / bug fixes
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