Use a PowerShell script to retrieve a list of devices that have a unique software package installed. This list includes the version number on the export file, but the search is done using the software package name.
This example output uses a search for Microsoft Edge Chromium:
There are four areas in the code that you’ll need to update to get the script to function:
You will need your Org ID, which can be found by looking at the URL. Select the value after the
Note: The user must be a Global or Zone administrator to manage API keys for a zone. See Managing Keys for more information.
In your console, go to Settings → Keys and select the API key. Note that the API key is per user, so that another user will have different API keys.
You can also modify
$filepathif you want to change the file name or save it in a different location. Keep in mind the script will overwrite a previously generated file if it exists.
$appInstalled = 'APPLICATION'
Enter the name of the application as it is listed in the software section of a device’s page that has it installed. See Device Details → Software Associated with a Device.
Software List of Devices Script
Use this script to pull an inventory of devices that have a unique software package installed.