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Automated Client Computer Software Tracking Software

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Looking for a way to see 30 client machines at any time and check things like the following on their machines:

1) Software installed on laptop/desktops
2) What Service pack
3) Anti Virus name & version,  Java version
4) other software

Level of User:  administrator, power user, user

Other monitor is also good (cpu, disk), etc.. or asset tracking information is secondary but interesting.  Dell service tags.. etc..

So probably need an agent running and a simple report or dashboard.  Nothing expensive  or complicated to install...

Thanks!
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I work with spiceworks that will do all of this and have been happy with it.  It is free!!!

www.spiceworks.com
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Thanks!  Will check it out!
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