I am looking for recommendations for software asset management tools. Mainly I am wanting this tool to be able to give me a list of software that is installed on all network computers grouped by the workstations so as to identify unauthorized software.
An example would be where users have managed to install a non standard internet browser.
I have looked around and there doesn't seem to be too much information apart from a mountain of advertising from GFI.
Am wanting to hear peoples experiences with certain software as well as recommendations.
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