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    Hi,


    We have installed Active Directory in windows server 2012 and joined computers in domain. Is there any way to get the list of applications installed on each computers using Active directory.

    Regards,
    Anish

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    Re: List of applications installed

    Originally posted by Anishk View Post
    Hi,


    We have installed Active Directory in windows server 2012 and joined computers in domain. Is there any way to get the list of applications installed on each computers using Active directory.

    Regards,
    Anish
    Nope.

    You will need to have some sort of inventory tool that will do this for you.

    In our org we use Lansweeper but there are loads out there.

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      Re: List of applications installed

      Thanks wullieb1, So with AD, no inventory control is possible. is there any scripts to get this inventory.

      Regards,
      Anishk


      Originally posted by wullieb1 View Post
      Nope.

      You will need to have some sort of inventory tool that will do this for you.

      In our org we use Lansweeper but there are loads out there.

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        Re: List of applications installed

        Originally posted by Anishk View Post
        Thanks wullieb1, So with AD, no inventory control is possible. is there any scripts to get this inventory.

        Regards,
        Anishk
        No.

        I have no idea re scripts. There would be some VBScript that would do it so have a search through Google.

        Please note that Lansweeper is free, with a paid part that give you access to some tools.

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          Re: List of applications installed

          Thr pstools include psinfo which will allow you to enumerate installed applications. It can run against remote hosts and lends itself to scripting as well..
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          • #6
            Re: List of applications installed

            You can try ASN Active Directory Network Monitor, you can select any computer in the domain and view its status report such as installed programs, running processes, services, devices, currently logged in users, etc. The tool supports managing multiple domains in the forest in a single installation.

            Also you can schedule the selected machines status to the specific e-mail addresses.

            And the tool costs very low.

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              Re: List of applications installed

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              • #8
                Re: List of applications installed

                And Spiceworks - free. Installs on any host, nothing else to configure except the credentials for an account that can access other machines on the domain. It runs 'out of the box'. Leave it to scan the network and you'll have all the info you need.

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