Improve Hardware inventory in Intune
Hardware inventory needs to be improved. Currently Intune cannot read serial numbers from HP Envy x360 devices. Additional information such as CPU and Memory would also be helpful for Admins to keep track of inventory.
Cpu model and memory is a must
that's a shame !! the previous intune on silverlight did this !
it was almost sccm report so there was useful information. today it's practically useless
Michael W. commented
Not more to say than in the previous comments - many information missing in hardware report (CPU, Memory to mention a few). This is a pretty basic requirement every client management solution offers...
Mark Kaplan commented
Including the memory config on a hardware report is pretty basic. But its not available?
William Farris commented
Agree. This is missing and is an important part of what we need to make this a viable solution for our company.
This post/idea is over 2 years old now. So i'm hoping this type of data (amount of RAM in a device) is now available from Intune.
I have a need to export a list of all Win10 devices from Intune with 4 columns - Name, CPU details, RAM amount, Disk type.
I can get Name and disk type, but cannot find a way of grabbing the RAM or CPU. Please help.
Please include BIOS information in the inventory. we currently pay for a separate inventory system only for the BIOS info. if intune collected that we wouldnt need the other platform .
Norbert Wellinger commented
Hardware inventory needs to be improved. Currently Intune cannot read the Disk type and need to use custom powershell with blob to collate this info and its crazy. Additional information such as Disk Type, Disk Size would also be helpful for Admins to keep track of inventory.
Need to have a full inventory, including connected appliances like connected monitors, docking stations - Vendor, Device, serial and so on.
Including internal and external IPs.
This information only need to be pulled by Intune from the device.
In addition to the basics such as CPU, memory, drives/storage, network components and configurations, BIOS version/revision, whether Secure Boot is enabled, is TPM available/enabled, version of TPM, etc., also need items such as System Enclosure to identify desktops and laptops.
Tony Heslington commented
Intune & inventory management.... badly needs improving.
It simply is no where near comprehensive.
I regret not having votes to assign to this item.
Collect Vendor,Device,Revision ID from connected hardware for reporting purposes. (at least...)
Usecase: Impact analysis for a security issue where firmware versions are compromised on an Cloud only environment is a pain unless you have 3rd party or build your own data collector.
Also show all installed software and version not just MS products
Would be great to have computer hardware inventory reports for all devices as a feature.
Dustin Adam commented
+1, It would be great to capture a complete hardware profile that includes things like BIOS type, version, HDD Type and Manufacturer, Memory, CPU and Type, etc. this sort of inventory is invaluable when managing device fleets and planning for retirement and replacement of hardware.
Mattias Fors commented
Add IP Address, if possible both local adress and location based IP address/external IP address.
We would like to have some fields that are configurable. It would be great if we could populate them running powershell scripts on the devices
I agree. Inventory is horrible in Intune. If you don't have SCCM, the inventory is useless you need a software for this.
we need cpu and memory information