Make tracking the life cycle of each IT asset on the network as easy and efficient as possible. Our user area allows you to easily manage your purchased software, stay current on updates, and access free reporting tools and documentation scripts.
Our user area allows you to easily keep track of your purchased software and their updates, as well as to get in touch with Enhansoft for additional purchases.
Use our VBScripts to create detailed documentation about your:
Logo Changer for ConfigMgr Current Branch and 2012/R2:
Enhansoft’s Logo Changer for Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager Current Branch and 2012/R2 gives you the ability to remove the Microsoft branding from the built-in Configuration Manager SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports and replace it with your organizational branding. Watch the video to see how easily this can be done.
These reports are a companion to Sherry Kissinger’s PowerShell inventory blog post. Please ensure that you perform the sms_def.mof / client setting edits prior to installing these PowerShell reports. See this blog post for more information.
Report Reader for ConfigMgr Current Branch and 2012/R2:
Our free SSRS reports integrate with all versions of ConfigMgr and are found in Enhansoft Reporting. These free reports are stand-alone reports, but generally, in the full version sets found in Enhansoft Reporting you have the ability to drill through to additional reports to find more detailed information. By the way, Enhansoft Reporting (EWR) was selected as a finalist in the Best of TechEd North America 2014 product awards.
Go to this webpage in order to get your copy of the free monthly report! You will only be able to request the report during the month it is available.
Go to this webpage to request your copy of May 2018’s free SCCM report, Recently Used Application Details, today! You will only be able to request this report during the month it is available.
Why do you need this report? Keep reading below!
Is your IT licensing budget tight? Do you know if everyone is using their copy of Microsoft Visio or Project or some other costly piece of software? Would you like to get a better understanding about who is using a piece of software and who is not? Would you like to reclaim unused software licenses? Are you looking for a low-cost solution to help answer these or other software licensing-related questions? If you want answers to similar questions, then read on!
You already own SCCM, so why not use its Asset Intelligence feature? The Recently Used Application Details report uses this feature to help answer your software licensing questions. It ties the information provided by Installed Software and Asset Intelligence (AI) together. In case you didn’t know, both Installed Software and AI come free, out-of-the box, with all versions of SCCM including Current Branch.
SCCM’s built-in reports do not tie these two pieces of data (Installed Software and AI) together, but the Recently Used Application Details report does! With this report you can quickly see who hasn’t used a piece of software in 90+ days. You can then decide to reclaim software licenses by uninstalling unused ones and when to purchase additional software licenses. This report will help you make the most of your IT licensing budget.
In this report you will see the computer’s name, the top console user’s name, the Installed Software’s name, the publisher, and the version number. All of this information is tied directly to AI’s recently used applications information (product name, product version, last used by user name, last used date and time, and the number of days since it was last used).
You can see from the report result in the above screenshot that there is one PC that has not used Excel in over 90 days! You can reclaim that license by uninstalling Excel from that computer and then you can install it on another computer.
Unsure if you have SCCM’s Asset Intelligence feature enabled? No problem. Read our easy step-by-step guide on How to Setup, Configure and Use SCCM’s Asset Intelligence. Our Chief Architect, Garth Jones, says that, “This underused feature can be enabled within a few minutes.”
Recently Used Application Details is found within Enhansoft Reporting’s Software Inventory category. This category of dashboards and reports will provide you with details about your software inventory and help you understand what software was recently used.
Would you find it useful to have Installed Software and Asset Intelligence (AI) information together in one report? Then get Recently Used Application Details NOW!
All of our free reports have the Role-Based Administration (RBA) feature enabled. This means that if you are using Microsoft System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager or above, these reports will work with all RBA settings.
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