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  • Andrew Shassere

    If you instead use the 'Version Lower Than' comparison, do you receive the expected results? Also helps to run the filters in a report with the same application columns selected to see what the version results actually are. You may have other Autodesk components installed containing 'Autodesk Revit 2020', so using an Equals comparison on the name may also help to eliminate any false positives.

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  • vijayakumar.subramaniyan

    I tried all the above. it was worked well and I updated the software recently and the result went wrong. 

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  • Andrew Shassere

    So it is working now? If not, could you attach a screenshot of the result for this program as seen in the Applications page that shows the name and version?

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  • vijayakumar.subramaniyan

    I can not get the version without it. 

     

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  • Andrew Shassere

    Create a Basic Report with the application name filter "Contains > Revit" instead, the Application Name and Version columns selected, and run it against all your machines. This should give you a better idea of what is needed to accomplish your goal in the collection.

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