inventory of -all- installed software not just the software deployed through Intune or from the Store
Today very limited reports exists for MDM, there is no report for software inventory on Mobile devices.
Sign in to the Microsoft Endpoint Manager admin center. https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2109431
Select Apps > Monitor > Discovered apps.
Detected apps ... are useless, I can't even see the information in the Office suite.
I'm sure it needs some enhancements.
For me, its Ok now, if I check discover application on a computer, I see all apps, not only Windows.
The Intune installed application report over all devices is missing in Intune.
- You cannot create this report with Powershell Graph API with detectedApp.
- Via PowerBI Report is not possible, too
- Currently you have to select each device in Intune to get a list of installed apps.
Defender ATP has currently the Software Inventory Feature implemented...
+1, Intune\Devices\apps\discovered apps
List of devices|username|app name|app version|date installed
Steve Burkett commented
Microsoft Defender ATP has a reasonable stab at an inventory per machine available in the MDATP security center portal so it does seem odd that Intune, the device management product, still doesn't offer this basic feature.
Michael W. commented
A complete software inventory is a basic feature every client management solution offers, except Microsoft Endpoint Manager. I would like to understand the reason why that's not implemented accordingly. I can create a complete SW inventory with a Powershell one-liner....
Unfortunately this one and a few other basic functionalities that are missing in Endpoint Manager make me believe it's not yet a professional tool in regards to client management. Work on the basic functionalities like this one and I will give it a try again.
Mathieu Diepman commented
I would expect the list under Apps > Monitor > Discovered apps to be an aggegate of all "<device> discovered app" lists, but it is not...
It will be great to have this feature as well. Would make Intune more attractive for sure.
Alex Carlock commented
We're still using the Classic Silverlight Intune and it has this feature (although it also has issues). I'm amazed that modern Intune doesn't have feature parity with the old system since MSFT is killing the old system later this year. We need to perform software inventory and get all software installed on Windows 10 devices. We've performed the steps to install the Intune Management Extensions, and that pulls some software, but the Application names don't match what we see in Programs and Features, and very little software shows up. also, there is no way to get aggregate counts across the organization. You can only see Win32 software at the individual device level. We may need to install a 3rd party inventory tool which seems very silly.
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Michael Levalise commented
Can someone confirm Intune does not produce list of all software installed on your system?
We need to have an ability to audit all installed software on the systems.
It seems that just the applications returned by powershell command "gwmi Win32_Product" are uploaded to the Intune inventory. In my environment that's not enough, e.g. Visual Studio and WinSCP and likely many more applications are not returned by this command.
In the Windows settings page "Add or remove programs" i can see a complete list of applications. We'd expect to see all the applications from the Windows settings page in Intune
Please MS when will this feature be available.
This has been on the voice for sometime now.
Hi, I have same problem Non all software installed in the client is detect and inventory is not complete. When you plan to fix it?
Alex Carlock commented
The Classic Silverlight portal for Intune has this feature. Microsoft is killing that portal in January, and telling us to migrate to MDM Intune, but it doesn't have the same feature set. Very disappointing.
Hauke Götze commented
I think this is a bad feature. Why should someone want to know this? We should not spy on our users.
Ironically, this feature works on Intune for MacOS...
Janne Boman commented
Feature parity with SCCM is mandatory.
Looks like this is in development for W32 apps on Windows 10: https://osddeployment.dk/2019/02/22/win32-app-inventory-with-intune-management-extension/
"The inventory part is a feature that is released with [Intune] version 1901."
We're on this Intune version but sadly the feature isn't available. He seems to have a newer version of the sidecar engine (the registry keys "Inventories" and "InventoryTenant" are not available on our clients.