Cisco Webex Productivity Tools & Cisco Webex Meetings

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  • Sean Paczesny

    You'd need to create a report or a collection that would give you those results.

    This should get you started and you'll probably need to tweak it for your environment to exclude devices like servers.

    https://www.pdq.com/blog/how-to-show-computers-that-do-not-have-a-particular-application-installed/

     

     

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  • Brandon S

    I've already done what the guide suggests but for some reason PDQI doesn't pick up Webex.

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  • Sean Paczesny

    (I'm not too familiar with WebEx so I'm tossing out ideas)

     

    When you open a record for a PC that you know has these programs installed, are they listed in the Applications?

    If the programs show up in applications, then PDQ is seeing them and there's an issue with the logic in your report/collection.

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  • Steve Cain

    A simple collection like this will show you products with Cisco in their name. We deploy Cisco WebEx Network Recording Player to most of our machines but it doesn't contain Cisco so I have to look for this instead. Or you could query by Publisher name like the 3rd one here.

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  • Brandon S

    Steve,

    Thank you for your visual representations, this has resolved my original issue. 

    Cheers,

    Brandon

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