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SCCM custom Query

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Is there a way to create a custom Query in SCCM, to pull software inventory off of Domain connected computers and move to .CSV file?  There is roughly 4300 pc's and the only way I see to do this, is by plugging in each hostname. So, I'm hoping there is a way for it to pull software for all computers then I can import the list into a spreadsheet.
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There is roughly 4300 pc's and the only way I see to do this, is by plugging in each username. So, I'm hoping there is a way for it to pull software for all computers then I can import the list into a spreadsheet.
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I dont think there is a way to do this.  You might be able to run the reports for say 10 at a time, but there is not enough memory for the report to create thousands of pages.  You might want to try setting up a SQL export query on the SQL server itself.

Another way to do it may be to run a software report with a count of each inventoried application - so the number of machines that have the application.  you could link the report so that after you have your initial report,  you can open each linked report against each app to get a list of the machines that have that piece of software.
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