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PowerBI - Show list of pending software updates

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Hello,

Can someone point me in the direction of an article or guide showing all the various PowerBI queries that can be performed, please?

I’ve connected my report to the organisation, which brings back effectively one query with linked tables attached, i.e. detail, policy, etc. but what I’m really looking for is a list of pending software updates, and then those that would require a reboot.

Would someone be able to advise or point me in the right direction, please?

Many thanks,

Dayna

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Best answer by BrandonG-Automox 8 November 2022, 19:27

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Hello,

Can someone point me in the direction of an article or guide showing all the various PowerBI queries that can be performed, please?

I’ve connected my report to the organisation, which brings back effectively one query with linked tables attached, i.e. detail, policy, etc. but what I’m really looking for is a list of pending software updates, and then those that would require a reboot.

Would someone be able to advise or point me in the right direction, please?

Many thanks,

Dayna

Hello Dayna,

 

Thanks for your question. If you would like to review the Automox API glossary or for help with using the API in general, you can click on the “Dev Portal” at the top navigation bar from the community forums. Additionally, you can follow this link below:
https://developer.automox.com/

https://developer.automox.com/developer-portal/

The guides introduce and explain how to use our API. Although the main example uses Postman for hosting the queries, the actual commands and queries are the same.

https://developer.automox.com/developer-portal/newbie-api-guide/

You can find our command definitions below:
https://developer.automox.com/openapi/axconsole/operation/issueDeviceCommand/

Be sure to use the left navigation panel to look through the different categories of definitions.

 

 

If you need specific instructions on how to use PowerBI, then I would recommend following their official guides from their website.

https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/power-bi/guidance/

 

Cheers,
Brandon

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Hello,


Thanks for the response, I found in the API articles the URL I needed to query packages.

 

Thanks,

Dayna

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