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"Computer"."LANDesk Management"."Common Base Agent 8"."Version" =
Thanks Tony, but through testing I found that the "common Base Agent 8" version was the same on two systems with diferent agent versions.
I found that "Compuer"."LANDesk Management"."Software Monitor" = is a better idicator of the agent version.
Try Computer>LANDesk Management>Inventory>Scanner?version - that will give you the version number.
I'll second the recommendation for the Inventory Scanner.
The Inventory Scanner is a fantastic place to check the patch-level for a client (in particularly for ESP's / LANDesk techs) and is also very relevant in regards to the "quality of the inventory you're receiving" ... very much recommend using that .
LANDesk EMEA Technical Lead
As you can see from the answers, there isn't really any one place to look for the agenet version as each module or file can have slightly different versions. Inventory is the best place to look as Paul says but it is also worth you keeping an eye on your patch levels. If you use LANDesk to patch itself and ultimately set certain LANDesk patches to autofix, then you could find machines that are at the wrong revision level by looking at those patches to see machines that for whatever reason show they have not been updated.
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