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Does anyone know of a way to detect that the CS5 Design Premium suite was installed vs the standalone installations of the different applications on a K1000? Our Windows PC report the Design Premium as one item but our Mac's report back each application individually. I was hoping someone would know of a file that only exists with the suite.
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I use a Custom Inventory Rule - FileExists(/Applications/Utilities/Adobe Installers/Adobe Creative Suite 5 Design Premium)
Answered 10/03/2011 by: mlathrop
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Thanks that's exactly what I was looking for to detect the installation of CS5 Design Premium on the Macs. I have another question related to Software Smart Labels. I have a smart label that now looks and sees the installation of CS5 and will now report how many installations I have of CS 5 but they are also reporting an installation of Photoshop and increasing my Photoshop license count. Basically I'm looking to create a smart label to identify how many installations of Photoshop I have that do not have CS5 installed. I've tried:

Display Name (Title) contains Adobe Photoshop CS AND
Display Name (Title) does not contain Adobe Creative Suite % Design Premium

This works for a Computer label but not a Software label.
Answered 10/04/2011 by: jrscribner
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