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PDQ Inventory is a systems management tool that scans Windows computers to collect hardware, software, and Windows configuration data.
Intelligent Data Tracking
Out of the box, computers are automatically grouped based on common data. View computers that have the same installed applications, hardware, operating systems, and even Windows updates. Additionally, create groups based on your own criteria.
Easily launch remote desktop, remote command, reboot/shutdown, WOL, event viewer, and more. Incorporate and run your own scripts and favorite utilities with ease.
Report on the exact data you need by using the built-in reports or create your own. Reports are created using our filters or even SQL. Run reports on any or all computers in the database then print, export and even save and email on a regular schedule to all your bosses.
Integration with PDQ Deploy
Easily identify which computers are out-of-date and use PDQ Deploy to deploy to those particular PCs. Automatically update PDQ Inventory directly following the deployment. However, best of all is automatically deploying when a computer goes from offline to online in PDQ Inventory.
Insanely Detailed Data Tracking
The Collection Library makes it easy to see which computers have out-of-date popular applications or run times. These groupings are updated as new versions of these apps, updates, and runtimes are released and serve as great templates for creating your own.
Find What You Want, When You Want
PDQ Inventory offers customization in what data is gathered and when. Make sure the information most important to you is at hand at the time it's needed.
Multi-Admin Access With a Shared Database
Share your reports and collections with other admins by creating a server/client relationship. Maybe they'll buy you a drink for all of the work you saved them.
The general release of the Agent resulted in extreme stress to our existing infrastructure, with the Agent itself performing below our standards. As such we have reverted it back into beta status while we work on fundamental changes to the architecture.
•The generic config file does not currently work for configuring the Agent. Please use the manual config file or install directly from the console using Computer > Install Agent (BETA).
Ability to prioritize queued scans.
Create a Dynamic Collection of an installed application from the Applications page of the Computer window.
Needs Reboot now includes the reason why.
The Target Service preferences page is now easier to use.
Ability to move multiple columns at once and drag and drop in the Edit Columns window.
Client mode no longer needs to re-enter the license information when upgrading or renewing the license.
New Server host name variables.
Additional information displayed on the License window, including Technical Contact.
Distributed Wake-on-LAN now displays the name of the relay computer used.
Warning about Caps Lock when entering a password.
Windows Server 2019 has been added to the default Collections (technically added in 16.6, but yeah...).
Occasional integration issues between PDQ Inventory and PDQ Deploy are no longer an issue.
Upgrade issues found in 16.6 with Log.db and InboundMessages.db have been fixed.
The Reboot/Shutdown tool now correctly distinguishes between computers rebooting or shutting down.
Reports and Print Preview no longer display memory in KBs.
Picking a filter value for the 'Memory' column on the Collection page no longer displays in bytes.
Typing a filter with Custom Field columns on the Collection page is much quicker.
Time zone is now reflected correctly.
A new window opens for each Run Command tool to prevent it being run on previous computers.
Scans on Agent computers that would occasionally get stuck on Local Users & Groups are now working as intended.
Windows Vista, 7, 8x, 10, or Server (2008x, 2012x, 2016x)
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