Find software location in System Center 2012 Configuration Manager

My Configuration Manager 2012 is properly inventorying software.  My question is, when it shows a software count of say "5", how can I find what machines that software is located on?  I would prefer not to go through every device one by one.

Thank you.
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Nagendra Pratap SinghDesktop Applications SpecialistCommented:
You can click on 5. which report are you looking at?
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merowingerCommented:
Or do a simple query in SQL Server. Here a example with Skype

SELECT sys.name0, user_name0, DisplayName0, Version0
FROM v_Add_Remove_Programs
inner join v_R_System sys on sys.ResourceID = [v_Add_Remove_Programs].ResourceID 
WHERE DisplayName0 LIKE '%skype%'
order by version0

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mobankerAuthor Commented:
Nagendra,

The software counts are not links.  I have posted a image with this response as to where I am looking.
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mobankerAuthor Commented:
Merowinger,

Are you doing this query inside of Configuration Manager, or actually inside of SQL?  I see the query builder inside of Configuration Manager, but will need to learn a bit on actual usage of the builder.
If you are doing this inside of SQL, I can do that, but need to know learn how to hit Configuration Manager database and which table to use.
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mobankerAuthor Commented:
I have found the answer!  In the Monitoring tab, there is a query called "All Systems with Specified Software Product Name and Version".    The query returns the information that I am looking for.
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mobankerAuthor Commented:
It gives the easiest answer.
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