Please see below for instructions on how to obtain the proper information for these fields.

 

Windows

  • Install the desired software on a test machine
  • Navigate to the Control Panel and select Programs and Features
  • Use the above circled values to fill in Product Name and Product Version in the Automox Console

 

MAC

  • Install the desired software on a test machine
  • Navigate to the Applications folder and find the application you installed
  • Right click on the application and select Get Info
  • Use the values circled below to fill in the Product Name and Product Version field

 

 

Linux

  • Install the desired software on a test machine
  • Based on your version of Linux, use the respective command listed below for showing your installed software:
  • Debian: aptitude search ~i --disable-columns -V -F "%p|%v"
  • CentOS: repoquery --plugins --pkgnarrow=installed -a --qf "%{name}.%{arch}|%{version}-%{release}"
  • Fedora: dnf repoquery --installed --qf "%{name}.%{arch}|%{version}-%{release}"
  • RedHat: repoquery --plugins --pkgnarrow=installed -a --qf "%{name}.%{arch}|%{version}-%{release}”
  • Amazon: repoquery --pkgnarrow=installed -a --qf "%{name}.%{arch}|%{version}-%{release}"
  • SUSE: zypper se -is | egrep "^. | " | grep -v "S | Name" | awk '{OFS = "|"; ORS = "\n"; NAME=$3"."$9; VERSION=$7;  print NAME,VERSION;}'`
  • Use the above circled values to fill in Product Name and Product Version in the Automox Console
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