Endpoint Analytics

I’ve been looking at ways to get performance data for all our devices, currently 99% in Config Manager but in the future we’re expecting to have quite a large deployment which is only managed by Intune. I’ve already set up Desktop Analytics but this just covers things like Windows 10 feature updates, which is good but not really what I was after.

Introducing Endpoint Analytics.

This is part of Intune and, if you set up tenant attach or device co-management, you can pull data for ConfigMgr managed devices into the console. Endpoint Analytics will show you a score, based off various factors such as startup performance, recommended software and application reliability, and there’s various screens you can look at with more detailed information such as startup performance and application reliability. Most report lists can be exported for offline analysis in Excel. I think it’s a key tool for identifying devices which need attention – whether it’s a device that has missed its upgrade from HDD to SSD sitting at the top of the “slowest boot up time” list, or a device which frequently suffers from bugchecks/BSODs potentially being a hardware issue, it brings to light troublesome devices which the end user may not have ever reported.

I’ll cover setting it up and then look at each section in turn, with lots of screenshots.

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