Export Applications and Packages from Configuration Manager

This is a super simple script to export all Applications and Packages names and
when they are added from Configuration Manager.

YES, you can use a report.

But I like to use PowerShell 🙂

Just change the these two lines:

You can find the information in your configuration manager.
Click on the white arrow in the blue area on the upper left corner.

Click on connect via Windows PowerShell ISE and get the information from the code there.

You will get a file named applications.txt in the same folder as your script.
Open it in Excel and you have a report!

You will find the script at my PowerShell Github repository under Configuration Manager.

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