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Hi Guys,

 

I am new to SCCM and I am having some issues with software metering.

My manager as asked me to enable software metering for all adobe products.

can some please advise how this can be done.

 

We have a custom rule in software metering for Visio and Project.

 

However no ideas how I can do for adobe products and how much time will it take to populate the reports.

 

 

Thanks.

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hi have you added any filenames to Software Metering, browse to one of the EXE's for an Adobe product, if you want to meter a specific version then add it there ?

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Hi Anyweb,

 

Thanks for your reply.

Yes i have added few rules for Photoshop.exe, Acrobat.exe and few more.

But when i run reports they are blank.

 

Can you let me know why they are blank?

 

Thanks

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some references about Software metering :

How to enable it :http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb680774.aspx

how it works :http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc181604.aspx

How to Configure Automatic Software Metering Rule Generation:http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb632816.aspx

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Hi GarthMJ,

 

the problem was solved by pointing the test application to my computer(when it did not work i pointed the application on SCCM server, it was calculator just for test so it picked variables from WS 2012 R2 not from Windows 7 like it should), then it picked up all the information and it worked.

 

If you want results immidiately:

 

Run “runmetersumm.exe” from a SQL box

  • Copy runmetersumm.exe from SCCM Box to your SQL box to some temp folder (you previously downloaded ConfigMgr Tookit from MS website and installed it), if it updates with 0 entries check “mtrmgr.log” ON CLIENT to see if the rule works and finds the app you are trying to monitor.
  • Run cmd as admin and find runmetersumm.exe DBINSTANCE\DB

 

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If it says 0 rows give it a couple of seconds and /or run actions on you client.

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Is there a place we can see how many days are left until the data is ready to show up in reports ?

I know that by default its 7 days but, is there a place where i can see how many days are left ?

Thank you

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Is there a place we can see how many days are left until the data is ready to show up in reports ?

I know that by default its 7 days but, is there a place where i can see how many days are left ?

Thank you

No, there is no place to see this.

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