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Or, from the console Right Click the machine object and choose start > Resource Explorer. Expand Hardware and then look at Installed Applications and Installed Applications (64).

 

Garth has a better answer. The built-in reports is a better answer.

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And what is wrong with the built-in reports?

I think he may want all software installed on all machines, listed on a single page. Dont think the built in reports have this, they have a drill down option instead.

 

Quite easy to do, create a query, add computername and "arpdisplayname" from the installsoftware class. Then run it. Depending on how many clients you have, it will bring back a lot of results.

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I think he may want all software installed on all machines, listed on a single page. Dont think the built in reports have this, they have a drill down option instead.

 

Quite easy to do, create a query, add computername and "arpdisplayname" from the installsoftware class. Then run it. Depending on how many clients you have, it will bring back a lot of results.

 

I hate to say it but if that is the case that is in insane request. There is an average of 183 rows per computer aka 2.5 pages for each computer. soo with just 10 computers that 25 pages!

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Let me give you a piece of advice.

 

Run and Print the report called Software registered in Add Remove Programs on a specific computer

Now look at how many pages that report is for just one computer. Show this to whom ever is looking for this report.

If they really want that then clone the report, remove the prompt and add the computer name.

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Hi all,

 

With respect to the one-liner "Use the built-in reports.": There are like 250 canned reports in SCCM, and I have yet to find a good summary of what-all they do and which are superior for what purposes.  I regularly use the "Add Remove Software" to see historically what an individual device has installed, but like the original request, I'm looking for a better report to export in CSV format what machines have what software installed into them on a collection-wide basis.

Any opinions on what reports or pre-fab queries might offer this search?

Thanks!

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50 minutes ago, MES805 said:

Hi all,

 

With respect to the one-liner "Use the built-in reports.": There are like 250 canned reports in SCCM, and I have yet to find a good summary of what-all they do and which are superior for what purposes.  I regularly use the "Add Remove Software" to see historically what an individual device has installed, but like the original request, I'm looking for a better report to export in CSV format what machines have what software installed into them on a collection-wide basis.

Any opinions on what reports or pre-fab queries might offer this search?

Thanks!

There are a few Q there:

Here is a list of all of the report and what they display. List of reports - Configuration Manager | Microsoft Docs

Reports will show current detail, as of the last HW inventory cycle (not historical), and I hope HW inv. is set to daily too

Remember that all report can be exported to a CSV or PDF or Word or Excel. Just use the save option on the report sub menu. 

Are their other prefab reports out there, Yes. some are free, some are not or you can create your own just be carful to do it right. Keep in mind that I do work for a company that does create prefab reports and as such I can't point you to others out there. 

 

 

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