SCCM software deployment

Mr J Carlson 21 Reputation points

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.



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  1. Amandayou-MSFT 11,046 Reputation points


    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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