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skro
Engaged Sweeper

We are currently in trial.  In the tutorials on YouTube, it shows the patch status column with color coded status of each machine asset.  I cannot get this to appear on my instance anywhere in cloud or on prem.  How do I enable/find this? 

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mpagotti
Engaged Sweeper

On the "Microsoft May 2023 Patch Tuesday Audit" report at LS Cloud, I can't find the column " patch status". Any idea why?

Mercedes_O
Community Manager
Community Manager

@skro thanks for reaching out to the Community let us know if the suggestions helped and 'accept as solution' if relevant, thank you  @rom  and @vqT4cDoP9iXyMZw 

vqT4cDoP9iXyMZw
Champion Sweeper

One other suggestion, if you're still digging:

This is a custom report published by Lansweeper monthly (as the query for the named KBs changes).   Look here for the current monthly patch report query:  https://www.lansweeper.com/resources/microsoft-patch-tuesday-report/

Then in the console navigate to Reports > Create new report, then paste the query and Save & Run giving it a name of your choosing.  See https://community.lansweeper.com/t5/reporting/how-to-add-a-report-to-your-lansweeper-installation/ta... for further details.

rom
Champion Sweeper II

I'm pretty sure you just have to name the column 'backgroundcolor' to apply it to the whole row.  Unfortunately there isn't one that applies it only to a field.  Here's an example:

 Case
    When tblErrors.ErrorText Is Not Null Or
      tblErrors.ErrorText != '' Then '#ffadad'
    Else '#ffffff'
  End As backgroundcolor

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