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Produce SMS Report on PC's With PST Files and Where They Are Located

Posted on 2009-04-01
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Hi,

can anyone advise how i would produce a report that will identify the location of PST files on PC's in a collection or at least just identify which PC's have PST files and i can run searches on the PC's manually.
I have had a look through the reporting tool and nothing seems to cover inventory for .PST files.

Appreciate any advice.
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run a report 61 on sccm with file name as %.pist.

You now get the idea
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As per the above comment, you will need to include *.pst in the software inventory Properties.
Look for the software Inventory client agent under Site Settings > Client Agents.
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