List Remote Application on Computer

Using Powershell, Query a list of PC's to find all applications installed. Write output to console with computer name and application name

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  • Awesome Sean
    1 Posts | Last post August 21, 2017
    • Thanks for script
      Please add { at the end of script, People who are net regular with scripting might face difficulty
  • Confused
    1 Posts | Last post October 09, 2013
    • Hi
      I think there should be a } at the end of the code.
      Also, I can't work out the format of the CSV - what's the difference between  NameOfComputer & An Actual name of a computer. Please can you provide an example with a couple of Computers?
  • How to get multiple computers scanned
    1 Posts | Last post March 08, 2013
    • This works great for the computer I run it on, but since I don't know too much about scripts, I was wondering how I could get it to work on other computers on the network. I have created the computer name file with a few computer names in it that are on the network, but it still only gets info from the computer it's running on... any help would be greatly appreciated.
  • new version
    1 Posts | Last post June 20, 2012
    • I have made a new version of this script (available here: which can exclude common applications from the results, save to a file, and query many computers in one run.
      If for example you are querying XP machines you will see lots of entries beginning with things like "Update for Windows" and "Update for Microsoft". My script will exclude them from the results and sort them alphabetically so they are easier to browse.
  • $branch variable - version issues
    2 Posts | Last post May 03, 2012
    • Hi, I noticed that the $Branch variable isn't utilized after declared and initialized.
      Additionally, running this from a 2k3 server (PS1) to a 2k8 server (ps2) is not yielding correct results. I'm looking into what may be causing this, I assume permissions somewhere or remote registry, or something else.
    • Turns out it doesn't seem powershell related, used regedit to manually connect (so I could enumerate with another tool) - and it's consistent with what I'm seeing ps return. 
  • hello
    1 Posts | Last post October 31, 2010
    • nice one mate, is it possible to run this within workgroup using cred etc?