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Script to check installed application across domain

Posted on 2014-03-10
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Hi,

I`m trying to find a way to quickly audit around 100 machines on a domain for a specific application that has been deployed through group policy or a better way to audit gp results and see if an msi deployment is successful / where it was installed.

Can anyone point me in the right direction? I have so far seen some scripts that use WMI to query installed software but i`m not sure how i can get this to run across all client machines.

Cheers,
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Tomislavj earned 500 total points
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try with Spiceworks ot run Powershell script on all clients
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by:Donald Stewart
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I highly recommend Spiceworks as well
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Going to try it on a spare host and see what it comes up with... I'll confirm if this provides what i needed.

Cheers,
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by:Gabriel Clifton
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Set a script as login script to query program and write the log file to a server share.
wmic product where "name like 'Adobe AIR%'" >\\server\share\%computername%-air.txt

Simplistic but gets the job done.
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