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I can't see spotify RRS feed

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  • Hi, I have SCCM installed and I can see all the programs installed, but I can't see Spotify, I know that some users have it installed because I've seen them using it, but I don't see it on the inventoried software.What can I do to see spotify con the software inventory?

    I home anyone can help me

    thanks

    Thursday, December 15, 2016 9:42 AM

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  • It will not be displayed in 'installed programs' if it does not register itself in 'add/remove programs'.

    Torsten Meringer | http://www.mssccmfaq.de

    Thursday, December 15, 2016 9:55 AM
  • It should be noted that user applications will not be collected by CMCB, even if they are listed within the Programs and Features dialog box. You will need to script the collection of this or look at 3rd party software.

    Garth Jones

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    Thursday, December 15, 2016 1:41 PM
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  • You could also use the software inventory in the client settings and add spotify.exe to the files to look for. You can then query the SCCM database using SoftwareFile/SoftwareInventory tables...

    SELECT DISTINCT
         COMP.UserName0 AS [User],
         COMP.Manufacturer0 AS [Make],
         COMP.Model0 AS [Model],
         COMP.Name0 AS [Computer],
         SYS.SystemType0 AS [Architecture],
         SWI.ModifiedDate AS [Install Date],
         SWF.FileName AS [Filename],
         SWF.FileDescription AS [Product],
         SWF.FileVersion AS [Version]
    FROM v_GS_SYSTEM SYS
         INNER JOIN SoftwareInventory SWI
              on SYS.ResourceID = SWI.ClientId
         INNER JOIN SoftwareFile SWF
              on SWF.ProductId = SWI.ProductId
         INNER JOIN v_GS_COMPUTER_SYSTEM COMP
    	  on SYS.ResourceID = COMP.ResourceID
         WHERE SWF.FileName = 'spotify.exe'

    You can then obviously go and use that query with Power BI or create collections or whatever you want to do with that data.

    I've written an article that goes in depth into it here.


    Making IT Happen - https://blog.techygeekshome.info

    Tuesday, October 15, 2019 7:19 PM