SCCM 2007 - Specifying Destination Folder on Client machines


I'm looking to set up a software distribution policy but there's little information on the applications out there.  I'm looking through SCCM 2007 but can't find the destination folder (on the laptops/desktops) where the application will reside (eg c:\program files).  Im basically looking to see if any applications are out there that have been installed in non standard locations.

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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
The program will decide where it is going to be installed. It is normally a silent install.
nico-Author Commented:
I found that using software restriction policy without any settings provided what i needed - a report of where the applications run from.

Not ideal, but there you are.

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nico-Author Commented:
not sure how to grade this one.  no ideal answer and the software restrictions was the best on offer.
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