Category: PDQ Inventory

PDQ Deploy and PDQ Inventory version 18 is now available for download. This version comes with some highly requested features. To enable alerts for newly released versions of PDQ products, click Options > Preferences > Alerts (or press Ctrl+Comma) and select both Auto Update Check Enabled and Release Channel. Once saved, click A new version is available in the status bar to […]

Last week Lex and Jason walked us through some best practices for performance tuning PDQ Deploy and Inventory. Lex admittedly jokes that in the process of illustrating best practices, he might show you some worst practices too….well if the shoe fits, right? But in all seriousness, the purpose of this recap is to help you […]

Last week Shane and Jordan walked you through some of the newest features in Deploy 18 and Inventory 18. Don’t worry if you missed out. You are in good hands and can catch up in this post. You can even watch the webcast below if that is more your thing. Introduction to Deploy 18 Option […]

Intel recently fixed a vulnerability with the Intel Processor Identification Utility (advisory here).   You may not think this software is on your network, but are you certain? With PDQ Inventory you can be certain! Find all installs of Intel Processor Identification Utility with PDQ Inventory Let’s scan for all applications installed on all our […]

Summer is winding down and school is back in session for many people across the country. So, if you were busy fitting in a last-minute vacation, taking kids school shopping, or gearing back up for the next quarter and missed out on the webcast last week, no need to fret. We’ve got you covered so […]

Last week on PDQ Live! we went through some of the inner workings of PDQ Deploy and PDQ Inventory. If you missed it that’s ok, get ready to lift the hood and let’s get this webcast recap started.  How do PDQ Inventory heartbeats work? How is the online/offline status determined? (1:10) How to connect to […]

Episode 1 left off using a simple SQL query SELECTing four columns FROM the Computers table in PDQ Inventory: SELECT ComputerId, Name, OSName, IsOnline FROM Computers When writing SQL queries there will be times, for any reason, you’d rather call a column by a different name. You can easily rename a column (or table, introduced […]

  Writing SQLite reports using SELECT FROM Writing SQLite reports properly requires a specific format and order of operations in which the clauses/commands are used.  All SQL reports, in standard order, start with the ‘SELECT’ clause and get more in-depth from there. The SELECT clause is used to select/choose data from a table and/or database. […]

If you’re still manually drafting reports you’ll want to review our webcast from last week. Why not streamline those tedious tasks and schedule the reports you have to do on a regular basis using Auto Reports in PDQ Inventory. Our goal at PDQ.com is to take work off your plate so you have time for […]