SCCM software deployment

Mr J Carlson 21 Reputation points
2020-12-04T11:46:29.91+00:00

I've just started work at a High school, and have been busy moving Computers around the site, to make new clusters for classrooms due to Covid. I noticed that a number of machines have started adding software from other departments (Music software) on PC's that had not come from that part of the school, and I wondered if someone could help me understand why this might of happened.

Thanks

James

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  1. Amandayou-MSFT 11,046 Reputation points
    2020-12-07T03:25:26.063+00:00

    Hi,

    Do we mean that these machines have received software we don't want to see? We could check if this application is installed from software center or other source.

    Please navigate to Monitoring -> Asset Intelligence -> software 02E -> Installed software on a specific computer, we could check if the application is from SCCM or not. For example: the install source is shown as ccmsetup, which is from SCCM.

    Here is the screenshot we could refer to:

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