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    Question SCCM2012: Identify Machines without updates

    I knew how to do this under WSUS but can't work out a way of seeing the info in SCCM 2012.

    When going through Patch Tuesday's updates yesterday, my usual saved search returned a long list of updates that I've previously approved and were showing as 99% installed, but with 1 machine still requiring it.

    How can I find out what that machine is? :/ WSUS used to let me view the report to see what computers still needed an update, but I can't spot that, nor a way of showing a percentage compliance in devices view to see which computers are missing software & updates.

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    Anyone? SCCM seems generally more awkward for managing updates than WSUS was... brilliant for everything else, but I wish I could get WSUS reporting back.

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