We deployed a certificate via GPO.  I have successfully created a Custom Inventory Rule to tell me who has it, now I need a list of who does not have it.  So I either need to create a Custom Inventory Rule for "registrykeyDOESNOTexist" which I don't think is possible or create a report for software.id != 6132.  I have tried to go through the wizard as I know nothing of SQL but under device topic software ID is not an option and none of the titles appear to work with the display name we have.  Any advice?
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the CIR's are found under the device category not the software.  With the report wizard choose "device" for  the topic and on the fields to display page check machine name on and at the bottom and you will see "custom fields", expand that and check the CIR.  Typically you can use a filter that the CIR  "is null", "is not Null", contains blah blah, or does not contain blah blah.
Answered 07/08/2014 by: SMal.tmcc
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You can create a smart label to identify machines that don't have it installed.

Software Titles  -->   Does Not Contain  -->  Name of Your CIR
Answered 07/08/2014 by: rockhead44
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  • That worked well enough, I was at least able to use the smart label to formulate the verbiage for the report. Thanks
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