Subselect Query for Reports (SQL)

By Garth Jones This post is a continuation of my series about how queries are processed. Please start with the first blog post in this series for more details. Today’s blog post will show you how to create a subselect query in order to discover which PCs do not have Microsoft Project 2010 installed using T-SQL (generally called SQL) for...

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Application Compatibility of Internet Explorer 8, 9, 10, 11 and beyond

In a recent blog post “Enterprise Conversations on Internet Explorer Support Changes”, the App Compat Guy discusses the recent change in support for Microsoft Internet Explorer and the challenges corporate customers are facing. “I speak to customers all the time, and with every single customer I’ve spoken with, I find some vendors who only support IE8, some that may support IE8 and IE9 (my favorite was the one who was promising that they would get IE9 support in about a year!), some that support only n or n-1 so IE11 and IE10, and all kinds of other permutations. Windows 7,…

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The Subselect Query

By Garth Jones In my blog posts from last week I talked about how queries are processed and how a Not Equal To operator is processed. In this blog post I will help you write a subselect query in order to determine what PCs are missing a specific type of software. A subselect query is made up of two parts:...

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Webinar: Reduce Your Costs for Expensive Engineering Software

By Pete Johnson Engineering software can be some of the most expensive that you own. Yet it is critical to delivering new products on time and on budget in today’s highly competitive environment. That’s why it’s important to optimize your concurrent licenses (aka network or floating licenses) for engineering software so that you have the optimal quantity and mix of applications—enough to get the job done on time and on budget, but not more than you need, which would be a waste of money. Organizations that don’t track and manage concurrent license usage run into one or both of two…

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Top 10 Questions & Answers from InstallAnywhere 2014 What’s New Webinar

Thanks to all of you who were able to join us for our recent What’s New in InstallAnywhere 2014 webinar. Lots of great questions. Here are your top 10 questions and answers. And if you missed the webinar, you can view it any time, on-demand. Is this possible to manage silent installs with InstallAnywhere? Yes. Silent installation is supported on both Premier and Premier with Cloud Pack editions of InstallAnywhere. Does InstallAnywhere 2014 support minor upgrades or patches? Yes. InstallAnywhere 2014 supports only major upgrades are this time; the support for minor upgrades is on the radar for future releases….

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Understanding Classic vs. Cognos Reporting for Managing Concurrent Licenses

By Pete Johnson FlexNet Manager for Engineering Applications (“FlexNet Manager”) is a software asset management tool used to manage concurrently licensed (sometimes called network or floating licenses) engineering and technical applications. In FlexNet Manager, there are a variety of reporting options. However, these reports all fall into one of 2 categories: Classic Reports. These are the original reports that came with FlexNet Manager, and are built completely by the tool itself Cognos Reports (Report Designer). These are additional reports that were added to offer advanced reporting, trend analysis and advanced graphics capabilities utilizing the IBM Cognos business intelligence (BI) tool…

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Computer Software Update Status is September’s Free SSRS Report

Get your copy of Computer Software Update Status today by emailing Info AT Enhansoft. This popular report is only free in September! Computer Software Update Status provides the overall software update compliant status for a PC. This information is useful to help ensure that your computers are up-to-date with all software updates. Also, make sure to vote in our poll...

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