New tool–ConfigMgr Inbox Monitor

 

Produced another tool, nothing fancy, shows how many files are in each of the ConfigMgr inboxes in an easy to see way. Beyond listing the file counts it allows you to turn off display of empty inboxes.

 

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Requirements: ConfigMgr 2003, 2007, 2012, .NET 4.5 on the machine running the tool.

I’ve tried using it remotely and locally, for remote connections you can choose to use the SMS_<SITECODE> share or the administrative shares (C$\D$…) to establish the connection dependent on permissions to do either. Was quick and easy to produce, hope it helps somehow.

You can download it here from SourceForge.

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  • cerbeos

    Very handy, thanks for this!

    One thing I noticed is the Total Files sorts on the leading number of the count. (For instance, I show a line with a count of 9 items that comes before a count with 22 items)

  • Ben Kellermann

    Fantastic idea! I downloaded it and it didn’t work for me, though. I found out that it was due to my ConfigMgr being installed to the F: partition as the error I received seemed to relay that this app only works if installed in the C partition. I tried both of the connection types, but still got the same error of unable to find c:program files…inboxes