Not really - the LDMS inventory gathers information from the client, but a program that's a game doesn't differ from anything else when we look at usage, files, etc. It's just data to the scanner.
You could do something like create a custom product group in SLM and then add the games to it that you want to monitor - it will take some setup, but then you can quickly at a glance see things like usage, etc. This would likely be the easiest way to accomplish what you're looking for. Plus, once you have them in SLM, you can block them as necessary if you so desire.
Hi Mike, I know it's been a while since you posted this, did you ever get anywhere with the query? We (and lots of us I imagine) are in the same boat.
Would you (and any others) be interested in collaborating on some common queries for each other to use? If we pooled some knowledge, we could create, add and edit queries for games and other non corporate software such as bittorrent, keygens etc that we'd all like to weed out, but might not have the time to dedicate to on our own.
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I found this report that works well on reporting on all software that is listed under the add remove progrmams works greaat for my needs..