SoftwareCentral is one of the most efficient SCCM management tools on the market. SoftwareCentral lies on top of Microsoft’s SCCM platform and gives it a user-friendly interface. SoftwareCentral is designed to simplify nearly all of the day-to-day SCCM operations, while providing new capabilities for system administrators. If you want to test SoftwareCentral, please contact us and we will arrange and guide you through the test installation.

23-02-2021 - SoftwareCentral v is now available

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New SoftwareCentral Plus Packages:

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 Package NameSizeDate
Download New Mozilla Firefox x64 Dansk 86.0 209.38 MB01-03-2021
Download New 14.4.3 284.58 MB01-03-2021
Download New Adobe Acrobat Reader DC MUI 2021.001.20142 563.50 MB01-03-2021
Download New Microsoft Teams Machine-Wide Installer x64 222.57 MB02-03-2021
Download New Microsoft Teams Machine-Wide Installer x86 210.24 MB02-03-2021
Download New Microsoft Edge x86 89.0.774.45 409.70 MB05-03-2021
Download New Microsoft Edge x64 89.0.774.45 444.71 MB05-03-2021
Download New Google Chrome x86 89.0.4389.82 271.68 MB08-03-2021
Download New Google Chrome x64 89.0.4389.82 281.27 MB08-03-2021

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22-02-2021 - SoftwareCentral 6.6

SoftwareCentral 6.6 is now available for download.

News in 6.6:
- Added a "SignOn" page where users can sign on as a different user than the one, they use in Windows.
The sign on page can be accessed by typing /SignOn after the SoftwareCentral address.
- The computer info window for MECM controlled devices has gotten a graphical update.
- Squashed some bugs.

22-01-2021 - Hotfix for Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (current branch – version 2010) required

In ConfigMgr CB 2010 there is an issue with client notifications. This can cause issues if you use client notifications through SoftwareCentral.
Therefor we recommend that you install the hotfix KB4594177

30-11-2020 - SoftwareCentral 6.5

SoftwareCentral 6.5 is now available for download.

A new interface for creating phased deployments, with no limits to the number of phases.
Read more in the documentation.

Example of the new Phased Deployment interface: swc

Example of the installation status for a phase in a phased deployment: swc

Other news in 6.5:
- LDAPS support. Under Settings/Domain you can change the port number to 636 to enable LDAPS for a domain.
- Added support for different uninstall content locations in Application Management.
- Download rules in Auto Update Plus can now create a phased deployment when a new package becomes available.

30-11-2020 - Windows ADK and HTA

Because of a bug in the Windows ADK 2004, the HTA in SoftwareCentral does not work. This applies for all versions of SoftwareCentral.
This bug has been fixed in the preview version of the Windows ADK, so we expect that it will work in the next official ADK release.
We do not know when the next version of the Windows ADK will be released. But as soon as it does, we will test it and post whether that it works.
We still advise you to not update your boot images that uses a HTA for user inputs until further notice.

31-08-2020 - SoftwareCentral 6.4

SoftwareCentral 6.4 is now available for download.

The self-service portal is now available for Intune devices.
Users with devices that are enrolled in Intune can now order software and services directly from the shop.

Example of an Intune mobile application in the Shop: swc

We are introducing a new interface to clone software from one user to another.

Example of the new Clone User interface: swc

Other news in 6.4:
- Can now import and manage MSIX applications.
- Added support for multiple service accounts for client operations.
- Added support for high availability in the Configuration Manager.
- Custom tools can now add Software Variables as input fields, allowing for much more dynamic tools.

09-06-2020 - Windows ADK 2004

The HTA in SoftwareCentral does not work with the Windows ADK 2004. This applies for all versions of SoftwareCentral.
Our investigations indicates that there is a problem with the ADK.
It appears that input fields in general does not work in HTAs with the Windows ADK 2004.
We advise you to not update your boot images that uses a HTA for user inputs until further notice.

25-05-2020 - Windows ADK 2004

The HTA in SoftwareCentral does not work with the Windows ADK 2004. This applies for all versions of SoftwareCentral.
For the moment we do not recommend that you upgrade your boot images to Windows PE 10.0.19041.1, that is included in the Windows ADK 2004.
We are currently working on a solution for this problem.

25-05-2020 - SoftwareCentral 6.3

SoftwareCentral 6.3 is now available for download.

Intune Integration
You can now configure SoftwareCentral to authenticate against Intune as an application.
This means that users no longer must sign in to use Intune functions.
Note that this requires additional configuration, both in SoftwareCentral Intune settings and in the Intune portal.

You can now delegate Intune devices and applications to SoftwareCentrals own security roles.

The Shop can now be fully customized to match your corporate color schemes.

Example of how the Shop can be customized: swc

License Harvesting can now be configured to harvest software which are not installed through the SCCM.
You can now add graphs and reports to the Dashboard with data about harvested software and license usage.
See the manual for details.

Example of a new License Harvesting rule: swc

24-02-2020 - SoftwareCentral 6.2

SoftwareCentral 6.2 is now available for download.

There is now support for Microsoft Intune / Microsoft Endpoint Manager.
The Intune integration must be enabled and configured from the settings menu as described in the configuration guide.
SoftwareCentral uses your security delegations from Intune, so users that already has access to the Intune- / Endpoint Manager portal will be up and running immediately.
From SoftwareCentral it is possible to see and manage Intune devices via the new interface Intune Devices. From here users can see and manage all Intune managed devices.

Example of the new interface "Intune Devices": swc

Example of device management of an Intune device: swc

From Manage Software, users can seamlessly choose between SCCM and Intune devices.
Only the software which are compatible with the selected device will be shown.
Users can easily track deployment statuses on both SCCM and Intune devices.
Behind the scenes, SoftwareCentral uses an AD-Group structure like the collection structure for SCCM applications and packages.
The main difference is that groups are created ad hoc, meaning that groups are created when needed, so you don’t need to “mend” your Intune applications.

Example of an Intune device in Manage Software on a Single Resource: swc

There is now support for Application Groups. This feature requires SCCM CB 1910 or above. In 1910 Application Groups must also be enabled in the SCCM as it is a "Pre-release" feature.
Application Groups is the SCCM way to bundle applications.
SoftwareCentral can create, edit, delete, install and uninstall Application Groups.
Application Groups are managed from the new Application Groups interface.
You can easily convert Software Groups to Application Groups and vice versa.

Example of the "Application Groups" interface: swc

Example of "Edit application group": swc

Other news in 6.2:
- SoftwareCentral can now use a separate service account for SCCM connections.
- License Harvesting now has the option to use the "Recently used apps list" instead of metering data. This is enabled from the settings menu.
- Manage Software on Multiple Resources now has a "Clean" button that removes the selected resources from the selected software's install and uninstall collections.

25-11-2019 - SoftwareCentral 6.1

SoftwareCentral 6.1 is now available for download.

The SoftwareCentral Shop has been upgraded to a more modern design, that takes better advantage of the screen estate.
The new design shares its ground-principals with the old design.
Users should feel at home right away, with no additional training needed.

Example of the new interface. Shop Default View: swc

Example of the new interface. Shop Gallery View: swc

01-11-2019 - SoftwareCentral Shop Design

In SoftwareCentral version 6.1, scheduled for a late November release, the Shop will be updated with the new design.
Because of this, the company logo will be limited to the resolution 300 x 100 px
We recommend that you modify your logo to match this resolution, else your logo will be distorted.
To get the best result, your logo should have the blue background color: #383D6C H: 166 S: 81 L: 82 R: 56 G: 61 B: 108
Use our online tester to see how your logo will look in the redesigned shop.

01-09-2019 - SoftwareCentral 6.0

SoftwareCentral 6.0 is now available for download. This is one of the biggest updates for SoftwareCentral. It features a brand new design and many new features:

SoftwareCentral has been upgraded to a more modern design, that takes better advantage of the screen estate.
The new design shares its ground-principals with the old design.
Users should feel at home right away, with no additional training needed.

Example of the new interface. Manage Software: swc

With version 6.0 we are introducing a new Dashboard interface.
From here you can customize different dashboards with relevant graphs.
Dashboards can be assigned to different Security Roles so users with a specific role will only see data relevant to them.
Dashboard manual

Example of the new Dashboard. swc

There is also a new Auto Update Plus interface for our Plus ! subscribers where SoftwareCentral can be configured to automatically download and deploy packages.
With built-in testing and compliance reports send directly to your inbox, this new addition will make it far easier to maintain third-party applications.
Auto Update Plus manual

Example of the Auto Update Plus interface. swc

We are also introducing a new module that enables administrators to create automated deployments for large-scale deployment projects such as upgrading the organizations operating systems.
With a fully customizable end user splash screen, pre-caching of images and drivers and automatic task sequence creation, it has never been easier to keep your devices compliant.
And with the build-in status report, you can easily see which devices have been upgrade and find those that haven’t.
The End User Scheduler is a module that must be purchased separately.
End User Scheduler manual

Example of the administrator interface for the new End User Scheduler. swc

In version 6.0 the shop can be configured for user-based shopping, so applications will be deployed to the user and not the device.
And with AD-Deployment we are now also supporting AD-group direct memberships, to make user deployment fast and easy.
This is configured from the Settings menu.

The settings to enable user based shopping. swc

The Replace Package interface has gotten a makeover and can now replace multiple packages in the same operating.
And with new features such as replace auto-suggest, it has never been easier to keep your devices up to date.
Replace Package manual

Example of the Replace Package with auto suggested applications. swc

For a complete list of changes, see the Release Notes