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How to map installed SW to Machine name or IP adrdess. RRS feed

  • Question

  • How can one find out form the automatically generated reports which machine has particular software installed. For example I have downloaded the Windows Environment Summary Report which shows that for example I have 6 copies Visio installed but it doesn't tell me on which machine.

    Would I need to create a cuctom report and how.

    Thank you

    Tuesday, October 7, 2014 6:04 PM

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  • Try using the steps outlined in this blog: http://blogs.technet.com/b/mapblog/archive/2013/01/28/how-to-get-a-computer-by-computer-view-of-installed-software-using-the-map-toolkit.aspx


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    Wednesday, October 15, 2014 7:25 PM
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  • Thank you Michael!! Our DBA has also put this script together which is useful.

    SELECT DISTINCT    

    cid.ComputerSystemName AS MachineName
        , cid.UserName
    , cid.Organization AS OrganizationalUnit
    , CONVERT(varchar(200), cid.AdDatetime) AS [LastHWScanDate]
    , CONVERT(varchar(200), cid.AdDatetime) AS [LastSWScanDate]
    --, GETDATE () AS [Last SW Scan]
    --, LastSWScanDate
    , CASE WHEN OsFamilyName Like '%Server%' THEN 'Server' ELSE 'WORKSTATION' END AS [Type]
    , dahc.OsFamilyName AS [OSName]
    , prod.Name AS App
    , prod.Vendor AS Vendor
    , prod.Version
    --, CONVERT(varchar(200), prod.InstallDate) AS DateInstalled
    , pro.Name AS [ProcessorName]
    , dah.NumberOfProcessors
    , dah.NumberOfLogicalProcessors
    , dah.NumberOfCores
    , IPtab.IPAddress
    --, cid.DeviceNumber AS AssetTag
    , csp.Vendor AS [Manufacturer]
    , dah.ComputerModel
    , cid.SerialNumber
    , cid.AdDomainName AS DomainName
    , cid.BiosManufacturer AS BIOSManufacturer
    , cid.BiosName AS BIOSDescription
    , cid.BiosVersion AS BIOSVersion
    , CONVERT(varchar(200), cid.BiosReleaseDate) AS BIOSDate
    , cid.BiosSerialNumber AS BIOSSerialNumber




    FROM         Core_Inventory.Devices AS [cid] 

    INNER JOIN AllDevices_Assessment.HardwareInventoryEx dah ON cid.DeviceNumber = dah.DeviceNumber
    INNER JOIN AllDevices_Assessment.HardwareInventoryCore dahc ON cid.DeviceNumber = dahc.DeviceNumber 
    INNER JOIN Win_Inventory.Processors pro ON cid.DeviceNumber = pro.DeviceNumber
    INNER JOIN Win_Inventory.Products prod ON cid.DeviceNumber = prod.DeviceNumber
    INNER JOIN AllDevices_Assessment.CategorizedDevices acd ON cid.DeviceNumber = acd.DeviceNumber
    INNER JOIN [Win_Inventory].[ComputerSystemProduct] csp ON cid.DeviceNumber = csp.DeviceNumber
    INNER JOIN (SELECT DISTINCT 

    wip.DeviceNumber
    , MAX(wip.IPAddress) AS IPAddress

    FROM
    Win_Inventory.NetworkAdapterConfigurations wip

    GROUP BY
    wip.DeviceNumber) IPtab ON dah.DeviceNumber = IPtab.DeviceNumber



    WHERE prod.name LIKE '%Microsoft%'
    --AND prod.name NOT LIKE '%.NET Framework%'
    --AND prod.name NOT LIKE '%Visual C++%'
    --AND prod.name NOT LIKE '%Silverlight%'


    ORDER BY cid.ComputerSystemName

    Thursday, October 16, 2014 8:23 AM
  • Hi Lazo,

    Query you have is good but it would be missing editions of some pretty important software titles like SQL, Exchange, etc.

    If using the suggested link please be careful as we noticed that 'Product Editions' reported are often not correct. Take SQL for example, we found this view to report editions of a certain SQL instances as Enterprise but the same MAP tool and it's SQL report from the 'SQL Server Discovery' section would have Standard indicated.

    We confirmed that the SQL report was correct and the 'Product Edition' in this view was invalid.

    Cheers!

    Thursday, November 6, 2014 7:54 PM