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FInd O365 Version

Does anyone know of a way to find the version of Office 365 installed on systems? Similar to the other software that is provided where you can tell if the software is up to date or not. This would be very helpful to limit what systems get the command to run their update. I realize this may be dependent upon what update channel you are on, but if that could be determined as well I'd think it should be possible. Thank you!



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  • Hi Daniel,

    Check out the PDQ Collection under Collection Library > Office Suites > Microsoft Office. This collection will show you each computer with Office installed. It looks like PDQ doesn't maintain collections for old, current, and not installed like other software. So you'd have to create your own collection based on version or drill into each computer to see the version. From that you could determine if they are up to date or not.

    For the channel, it looks like you can that in the registry based on this article. Its accurate for my PC but I haven't tested it beyond that so make sure you vet it.

    Hope that helps.

  • Thank you! That's exactly what I was looking for and hadn't found. I was able to create a collection with a custom variable. I'll have to manually update the variable but I don't know of any other way to get that variable updated.

    Thanks again.