Emsisoft 2023.10: See what users have installed with the Application Inventory

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The October update introduces a feature that many of you have requested: an Application Inventory. Available exclusively in Emsisoft Enterprise Security, the new time-saving feature enables administrators to quickly and easily see a list of installed applications on users’ machines and, optionally, to uninstall any of those applications.

The Application Inventory lists installed applications in a searchable and sortable grid, and specifies the publisher, version, size, and install date for each application.

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The Application Inventory is part of Emsisoft Management Console and will make it a breeze to remotely see what users have installed, and to remove any unauthorized or problematic applications without a desk visit.

Note that the Application Inventory only lists machine-wide applications installed in the Programs folder. Per-user applications are not listed.

All enhancements and improvements in a nutshell​

Device protection (desktop)​

  • Enhancements to the Behavior Blocker
  • Several other minor tweaks and fixes

Management console (web app)​

  • New Application Inventory feature
  • Several minor tweaks and fixes

How to obtain the new version​

So long as you have auto-updates enabled, you will receive the latest version automatically during your regularly scheduled updates.

Emsisoft Enterprise Security + EDR​


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