Let’s check the Windows 10 feature update Intune report from Intune Portal (Endpoint Manager portal). The Windows 10 feature updates report provides an overall view of compliance for devices that are targeted with a Windows 10 feature updates policy.
This report provides the updated status based on the updated state. You can also see specific device update details. The data found in these reports are timely, calls out the device name and state, as well as other update-related details.
The Windows 10 feature updates report provides an overview of compliance for devices you target with Intune WUfB Feature Update Policy to Upgrade Windows 10 version 20H2.
Important – As per the Microsoft, here are some of the prerequisites to configure for use the feature updates policy reports.
Windows 10 Feature Update Report – Intune Portal
To view a summary report across all Windows 10 feature updates policies:
- Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center.
- Select Reports > Windows updates. The default view displays the Summary tab:
To open the Windows 10 feature updates report and view device details for a specific feature updates profile:
- Select Reports > Windows updates > select the Reports tab > select Windows Feature Update Report.
- Click on Select a feature update profile to select created feature update policy.
- Select a policy from the list below, If you have many policies created you can also use the search bar and click on policy to select and Click OK.
- Once the feature update policy is selected. If you want, you can select Update status and Ownership to refine the report then Click Generate a report (or Generate again) to generate Windows 10 feature updates report.
- A notification will be appear automatically in the top right-hand corner with message Generating Windows 10 feature updates report.
After the report successfully generated, It will retrieve data and the following list identifies the columns that are available in the view:
- Devices – The name of the device.
- UPN –Intune user identifier (email).
- Intune Device ID – Intune device identifier.
- AAD Device ID – Azure Active Directory identifier for the device.
- Last Event Time – The last time there was new data, or something happened for the device and update.
- Update State – The state of the update for the device. Initial state data is from the service-side, which is the status of the update in the system before it begins to install on the device. When client-side data is available, client-side data is shown, replacing the server-side data.
- Update Substate – A low-level detailed version of the Update State.
- Update Aggregated Status – A high-level summary of the Update State, like In progress or Error.
- Alert Type – When applicable, Alert Type displays the most recent alert message.
- Alert Details – This column isn’t in use.
- Last Scan Time – The last time this device ran a scan for Windows Update.
The following information applies to Update State and Update Substate:
- Service-side data:
- Validation – The update can’t be offered to the device because of a validation issue with the device and Windows Update.
- Scheduled – The update isn’t ready to be offered to the device but it’s scheduled to be offered.
- On hold:
- Admin paused – The update is on hold because the Deployment being paused by an explicit Administrator action.
- ServicePaused – The update is on hold because of an automatic action by Windows Update.
- Admin Cancelled – The update offer was canceled by explicit Administrator action.
- Service Cancelled – The update was canceled because of an automatic action by Windows Update.
- Removed from Deployment – The update offer was canceled because it was removed from the Deployment by explicit Administrator action.
- OfferReady – The update is currently being offered to the device by Windows Update.
- Client-side data:
- On Hold:
- Deferred – Windows Update for Business (WUfB) policies are causing the device to defer the update being offered.
- Offer Received – The device scanned against Windows Update (WU) and identifies that the update is applicable but hasn’t begun to download it.
- Download Start – The download process has begun.
- Download Complete – The download process has completed.
- Install Start – The pre-restart install process has started.
- Install Complete – The pre-restart install process has finished. If the update doesn’t require a restart, the update process ends here.
- Restart Required – A restart is required to finish update.
- Restart Initiated – The device has gone into restart.
- Restart Complete – The device has come back from restart.
- Update Installed – The update successfully installed.
- Uninstall– The device is actively uninstalling the update.
- Rollback – A rollback has been initiated to a previous update because of a serious issue during installation.
- Update Uninstalled – The update successfully uninstalled.
- Rollback complete – A rollback has completed.
- User Cancelled – A user cancelled the update.
- Device Cancelled – The device cancelled the update for a user. This action is usually because the update no longer applies.
- On Hold:
- Needs attention: The device has some issue and needs attention.
- Use the Columns property to add or remove columns from the generated report. Click on the Columns, A flyout displays, here you can Check or Uncheck the columns that you want to include. Select Apply to update and Click Generate again to generate report.
- You can quickly export reporting data generated. Click on the Export. The popup will appear with the following message when exporting generated Windows 10 feature updates report, Click Yes. This will export data to a comma-separated values (.csv) file.
Note – A notification will appear automatically in the top right-hand corner with the message Export is in progress. The report will be automatically downloaded in a .zip file format to your browsers and a notification message will appear Export completed. Extract the downloaded file to view the report.
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9 thoughts on “Windows 10 Feature Update Intune Report | Endpoint Manager”
Hello, great article – just a question – do you know how the client-side data of the report are gathered? I have a two tenants and in one, everything is in progress and there are not data from clients whatsoever and in the second one its half-to-half…
Never mind – just figured it out 😀 one tenant had policy for data collection created when there was no option for updates info to be collected 🙂
That’s good to hear!
@Lallanna, could you please tell us more on how you resolved it. 90% machines are showing in a pending state.
Great article, I’m trying to use this feature to deploy Windows 11 upgrade, the status of my test clients in this report all have an update state of “Offering” but the status hasn’t changed for a few days now. On the clients no feature update is showing as available in Windows Update. Any ideas on how I can troubleshoot this?
Try checking https://www.anoopcnair.com/windows-11-feature-update-deployment-policy/ and https://www.anoopcnair.com/in-place-upgrade-of-cloud-pcs-to-windows-11/
did this help? we’re seeing the same issue where feature update (21H2) is showing as Offered – even though these devices are at 21H2
We are in the process of testing the new Gradual Deployment for the Feature update , we set a 2 week time frame and 3 days apart ,
All devices are “State = Pending” Substate = Scheduled” “Aggregated State = In Progress”
My understanding was that the update will be offered in Dynamically created groups every 3 days but seems they are just in this state .
Will that mean that after the deadline it will offer it to all devices at once or will do the gradual offering after the deadline ? should we keep waiting or is this not the normal behavior ?
When the status is Pending – Scheduled, is there anything we can do from an IT Admin perspective to force the update down? I have a load of devices which have this status but they are all devices which should get the update.
Even other devices of the same model and Windows 10 version already have the update.