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Query workstations for existing office patch level

Posted on 2014-11-11
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Dear Experts,
  We need to query our work stations to find the existing office patch level. We are planning to migrate to Exchange 2013 and we need information about the existing  office 2010 patch level on our workstations. We are using SCCM 2012. Please advice.
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I worked with SCCM 2007. How mach I remember SCCM has many reports. Something like patch compliance report. Also you can create Configuration Baselines with nessesery elements and use reports.
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