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Verify Software installed on PC after pushing it out with Group policy

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I pushed out Communicator 07 using AD and Group Policy - How do i verfiy that the software got installed on all the computers in the OU I applied the policy to?
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manually - or with some WMI scripting (not fun) or with a network scan utility which isnt going to be free...
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Anyone have a WMI script ?- we can use our Help Desk Auditing software I suppose, but it seems there should be a way to verify this from AD...
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AD pushes, it doesnt then monitor and record :) the help desk software is what i am using at the moment for that sort of crap :)
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If you deployed it properly - it was installed.  Otherwise, Group Policy client side extensions would continue to install it every reboot.

Have you check a few PCs?  If it's good on a few , it should be good on them all.
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