Reverse how automatic software metering rules are created. It is backward.
The "Automatically create disabled metering rules" in Software Metering Properties should be "Specify the percentage of computers WITHOUT the software" rather than "Specify the percentage of computers that have the software".
Because of the way corporations license software we don't care about metering the items that 70% or more of the company has on their machines (the way the rules are currently set up to be created) we care about the software that is used on 60% or less of the computers.
The current calculation method for automatically creating software metering rules just clutters it up with rules for things like explorer.exe, notepad.exe, and acroread.exe. What we want to see is things that are expensive licenses used by just a few users like acrobat.exe. Current method gives us exactly what we don't care about and never gives us what we do care about. It is backward.