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  • Application Access

    Does Hyena have the ability to show when a program was last accessed? I am trying to find out if users are actually using certain applications which are installed on their workstations.

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    Re: Application Access

    You would have to experiment to verify this, but files have a Last Accessed Time attribute that you can view. In theory if you look at the EXE for the program this should tell you what you are looking for.

    Hyena and Exporter Pro can show you this value when viewing files.

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    • #3
      Re: Application Access

      We are looking at 500 plus workstations. Is there a way for Hyena to look at the last access date/time over an entire domain?

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      • #4
        Re: Application Access

        Exporter Pro can do this for you. You can select the workstations you want in Hyena's right window, then go to Tools->Exporter Pro->Export From Selected Objects. Click the Settings button then create a template under Files/Directories.

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        • #5
          Re: Application Access

          Okay, I got this far. I have exporter looking in the Office11 folder for *.exe files and it works. If I tell it to look in this same folder for winword.exe, I get no results.What's the trick to make it look just for this one particular file?

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          • #6
            Re: Application Access

            I tested it with winword.exe on my system and it worked fine. Send a screenshot of your template to [email protected] so we can see what you have.

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            • #7
              Re: Application Access

              On it's way.

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              • #8
                Re: Application Access

                I changed the "Directory scan options" from "Scan top-level of path and all subdirectories" to " Scan top-level of path only (no subdirectories)" and it worked.

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