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I have Pulseway configured on 60 servers all at different locations. I'm waiting to deploy to the workstations until I get it configured just right. My question is: is there a way to get a list of installed programs across all devices? Say I need to know what version of chrome is installed on all the devices, to gauge which ones need updated etc -how would I go about doing that if it's possible?

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Hi,

Have you tried to run the report 'Installed Software'? Open the Pulseway WebApp -> Reporting -> Legacy -> Installed Software.

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On 9/20/2017 at 11:08 AM, Chris said:

Hi,

Have you tried to run the report 'Installed Software'? Open the Pulseway WebApp -> Reporting -> Legacy -> Installed Software.

I actually just came across this report this evening. So one other question: 

Would it be possible to uninstall applications from this report? Currently it just shows which system the software is installed on. If I could long press on the machine the software is installed on and either go to the machine or uninstall would be awesome. Currently you have to back out of the report go to the machine and uninstall. Is this feasible?

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