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    Anonymous commented  · 

    Agree with this.. I am deploying configuration manager at a company which used to primarily use Ivanti Endpoint Manager. IEPM actually handles this so much nicer where you enter the registry keys you need and if there are multiple keys under different paths related to the same inventory topic you can easily bunch them all together.

    CM you need to have multiple entries in resource explorer for the same topic.

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