This makes it impossible for Lansweeper to link the two. Lansweeper uses two separate scanning procedures and two separate database tables that cannot be linked for installations and keys. It's important to note that, from a Lansweeper point of view, software installations and software license keys are completely unrelated. In addition, Lansweeper also comes with a user-friendly browser-based interface. I was wondering if anyone knew of a way to help streamline this process? Use with unlimited clients in your domain.Next
More details on the may be found. To report on license keys, use a license key report, e. Checkout the Users are encouraged to contribute to and grow our Wiki. Launch custom commands and programs from the web interface to support your clients remote control, ping, event viewer, remote screenshot,. This included windows, office, adobe etc etc. Software and operating system licensing reports and cost calculation. If the license key associated with the software remains in the computer's registry however, which happens often, that key will continue to be listed in license key reports.Next
To report on installations, use a software installation report, e. Lansweeper isn't saying the software is still installed on the machine; it is merely indicating that the license key is still present in the registry. License keys are pulled from various locations within the registry, as explained in , and are often left behind when the corresponding software is uninstalled. If software is uninstalled from a computer, it is removed from installation reports upon rescanning. License key reports should not be used to report on software installations.Next
Export all data to excel from the reports in the web interface. A report cannot list both software installations and license keys; it can only list one or the other. It is expected behavior for license keys present in the registry to still be detected, even if the corresponding software is uninstalled. . Lansweeper scans the software installations and software license keys found on the Windows computers in your network.Next
Installations and license keys are stored in different locations within the client machine's registry and different tables within the Lansweeper database. There are no naming conventions for installations or keys. . . .
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