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Create SCCM 2007 Query for MS office 2007

Posted on 2014-01-27
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I need to create a Query to find all Office 2007 machines inside of my environment.  

This query needs to have

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This query will deliver mulitple Office 2007 products like Visio, Project, etc. so you just have to exclude them like "Proof" or "Service Pack" if you don't need them in the list
SELECT SYS.Name0, APP.DisplayName0 , SYS.Last_Logon_Timestamp0, Sys.User_Name0 
FROM v_Add_Remove_Programs APP
INNER JOIN v_R_System SYS ON SYS.ResourceID = APP.ResourceID 
WHERE 
APP.DisplayName0 LIKE '%Microsoft Office % 2007%'
and
(APP.DisplayName0 NOT LIKE '%Update%'
and APP.DisplayName0 NOT LIKE '%Service Pack%'
and APP.DisplayName0 NOT LIKE '%Proof%'
and APP.DisplayName0 NOT LIKE '%MUI%'
and APP.DisplayName0 NOT LIKE '%Language%'
and APP.DisplayName0 NOT LIKE '%Help%'
)
Order By APP.DisplayName0 ,SYS.Name0

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