This post lists all the SCCM reports for Virtual applications related to Virtual environment. These reports are preinstalled when you install Configuration Manager reporting services.
Reporting in Configuration Manager provides a set of tools and resources that help you use the advanced reporting capabilities of SQL Server Reporting Services or Power BI Report Server.
To view the reports in SCCM console, you must install and configure SQL Server Reporting Services in your hierarchy. Refer to the following post to install and configure reporting services for SCCM.
Reports in SCCM allow you to access the information directly from the database. There are many reporting categories in SCCM and every category comes with a set of built-in reports.
With virtual application reports, you can find the count of app-v applications, packages and associated details.
There are two ways to access the reports for Virtual Applications in SCCM:
- Access the Virtual Application Reports from SCCM console.
- Use a web browser such as Edge to access the Virtual Applications reports.
To access the reports for Virtual Applications, in the SCCM console, go to Monitoring\Overview\Reporting\Reports\Virtual Applications. Here you will find all the reports for Virtual Applications.
SCCM Reports for Virtual Applications
The below table lists all the 7 default SCCM Reports for Virtual applications.
|SCCM Virtual Applications Report Name
|App-V Virtual Environment Results
|Displays information about a specified virtual environment that is in a specified state for a specified collection.
|App-V Virtual Environment Results For Asset
|Displays information about a specified virtual environment for a specified asset. It also shows any deployment types for the specified virtual environment.
|App-V Virtual Environment Status
|Displays compliance information for a specified virtual environment for a specified collection.
|Computers with a specific virtual application
|Displays a summary of computers that have the specified App-V application shortcut as created using the Application Virtualization Management Sequencer.
|Computers with a specific virtual application package
|Displays a summary of computers that have the specified App-V application package.
|Count of all instances of virtual application packages
|Display a count of detected App-V application packages.
|Count of all instances of virtual applications
|Display a count of detected App-V applications.