In today’s post we will focus on analysing the data that was collected previously from the Windows 7 Pro and Windows 8.1 Pro. What you will also see in this post is that PCs that have been upgraded to Windows 10 will also start appearing in Upgrade Readiness to help identify any issues that might arise with the next round of Windows upgrades you need to manage. For this post I’ve switched over to using https://portal.azure.com rather than using the
Welcome back to part three in this series, first up was an introduction to OMS and Windows Analytics, second was installing the script on to older version of Windows Pro, and today we look at some of the different reporting options that are available once the device data has been processed. As mentioned. This will start off as a high level overview, and in upcoming posts we will dig further into some of the reporting categories. Starting in the OMS
Following on from the last post which was an introduction to the Windows Analytics Upgrade Analytics solution in Operations Management Suite, today’s post is on collecting data from your Windows 7 Pro and Windows 8.x Pro devices. For this post I will be using the Pilot version of the Upgrade Readiness Deployment Script to collect data from a couple of PCs rather than using an automated deployment option. Before jumping in to the instructions, it’s worth discussing how many PCs
I’ve previously posted about Windows 10 Business, so I won’t go into that in this post. Instead the focus of this post is how set up Operations Management Suite’s Windows Analytics Upgrade Anaytlics to capture information from your Windows 7 and Windows 8.x devices. Even if you are just targeting Windows 10 Pro deployments, the information in this post is just as relevant, so don’t be concerned about references to Windows 10 Business. What do you need to get started?