Track and organize hardware, software, and Windows configuration data
PDQ Inventory is a systems management tool that scans Windows computers to collect hardware, software, and Windows configuration data. Use PDQ Inventory to create custom machine groupings and data reports, so your deployments can go exactly where they need to.
Integration with Active Directory for gathering computer data
Create custom groupings of computers
Manually initiate inventory scans for hardware & software
View reports of computer inventory data
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Select the software (say Chrome) you want to deploy, and your preferred schedule for automatically deploying new versions.
Use our collections to automatically identify machines needing new versions of your selected software, such as machines with out-of-date versions.
Deploy and Inventory will work together, automatically and silently deploying your desired software to your targeted machines based on your preferred schedule. Use this well earned free time to solve problems and put out fires for your users, or learn new, important skills like underwater basket weaving.
Use custom computer groupings
Out of the box, computers are automatically grouped based on common data. PDQ Inventory’s collections let you view computers that have the same installed applications, hardware, operating systems, and even Windows updates. Or, create your own collections of machines using your desired criteria.
Report the exact data you need
Use PDQ Inventory’s built-in reports to collect data about your machines after each scan or create your own using filters or SQL. Reports can be printed, exported, saved, or even emailed on a regular schedule. Easily find the right information and share it with those who need it. Because when the boss is happy, everybody is happy.
Take advantage of PowerShell support
Use our new PowerShell scanner to scan and access more data than ever before. Bring in the data you need most by writing your own PowerShell scripts, or search our Git repository of scripts for the perfect solution.