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Can I use the eset dynamic group template to collect applications installed on Mac or Linux?


RandyWang
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To know what apps are installed on your PC through terminal in Linux you can use these commands depending on the dist that you do use :

  • Aptitude-based distributions (Ubuntu, Debian, etc): dpkg -l
  • RPM-based distributions (Fedora, RHEL, etc): rpm -qa
  • pkg*-based distributions (OpenBSD, FreeBSD, etc): pkg_info
  • Portage-based distributions (Gentoo, etc): equery list or eix -I
  • pacman-based distributions (Arch Linux, etc): pacman -Q
  • Cygwin: cygcheck --check-setup --dump-only *
  • Slackware: slapt-get --installed

For Mac take a look here : hxxp://osxdaily.com/2015/05/25/list-all-applications-mac-os-x/

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You need to first enable detection of non-eset installed apps - this could be enabled in policy for ESMC / ERA Agent.

Then you can filter out computers having a specific application by using a dynamic group template with corresponding conditions set. 

https://help.eset.com/esmc_admin/70/en-US/dg_example_2.html

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