Asset – Installed Software

Straighforward Software Audit

Have you ever been ask to provide an audit of a specific installed software?

Our SCCM Software Inventory reports shows installed software on your devices using Asset Intelligence data.

This product gives access to 2 distinct reports :

  • Installed Software – Overview : This reports shows a count of a specific software installed on devices. You can enter the desired software or scope it using a collection. (How many Adobe products on my Workstations computers?)
  • Installed Software – Details : By clicking on a number on the Overview report, you are sent to the Details report which shows all machines names and related information. (See the Screenshots tab to see example of it)

Note : Many companies do not standardize their own naming products. We recommend the usage of custom labels in Asset Intelligence to enhance data quality of theses reports.

Free Support

We make sure that the report you purchase will work on your environment.

5 min Installation

By following this step by step guide, the report is install in 5 minutes.

Fast roi

This report is very useful and save a lot of time to your administrators.



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  • No drilldown experience
  • only one report
  • Free update
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As soon the purchase is complete, you will receive an email from us with all the downloadable links.

All major credit cards are accepted. If you need an alternate payment method, please contact us.

Make sure to check the email used during the buying process, not the email configured in your Paypal account. Make sure to check your junk email folder as well.

The download link is available for 24h after the purchase date.
In case you don’t have a reporting services point installed in your environment, use this procedure to install the reporting point role and then, upload a RDL file to report server. You’ll be up and running in less than 5 minutes.
We have tested our reports on SCCM 2012, SCCM Current Branch (SCCM 1511) and later.
The report is best displayed on 1920×1080 resolution. You can use the Zoom functionality or CTRL + Wheel Mouse if the report is not shown in full screen.
The report contains detailed information with a mouse over on the various fields of the report.

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16 Comments on “Asset – Installed Software”

  1. Can you tell me how to add the collection IDs of the system names returned in the Installed software “Details” report?
    I would like it to return what collections the clients are in within the same report.

  2. Help i upload the reports in report services and change the data source connection but if i run the report it is not displaying nothing,maybe something is missing

  3. Hi, we bought the SCD Complete bundle but I can’t seem to get the Asset Installed Software with custom … / Asset – Installed software / … overview to work
    It doesn’t seem to matter what U out in the search box i.e. “Microsoft”, “%”, “adobe”, “office” etc etc I only get a red cross with “No Result found”

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  5. Hello,

    It is possible to have a report of all applications installed for a collection ?
    I’ve tried to put “*” in “Search” but it doesn’t works.


    1. Hi Mike,

      The character in SQL for “all” is %. Try adding this character in the search field.

  6. Hello. In the Software and hardware reports, is possibly view the AD User with used the device? Thanks in advanced.

    1. Hi Alejandro,

      Yes it is possible to do it. However, the report will need a minimum of modification.


  7. Good afternoon, bought their reports, gave more wrong, could help us?

    Error in report processing. (rsProcessingAborted)
    Failure to execute the query to the data set ‘Asset_InstalledSoftware’. (rsErrorExecutingCommand)
    The SELECT permission was denied on the object ‘vWorkstationStatus’, database ‘CM_MB1’, schema ‘dbo’. Invalid object name ‘#AARPTEMP’

    1. Hi Michel, make sure the users that run the report have enough access (select in this case) on vworkstationstatus view. You can verify with SQL studio management.

      Let us know.

      1. Report worked after modification.
        We provide more information about this issue in our report page.
        Thanks Michel

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