Applications that appear on the Software Catalog page are classified as Discovered, Not Discovered (Cataloged), and Uncataloged. The classification determines the kinds of actions you can perform and the type of information that is available for the applications.
Discovered applications are executables in the KACE SMA inventory that match the definitions of applications in the Software Catalog. You can enable metering for Discovered applications and suites, mark them as Not Allowed, and add license information for them. In addition, the Discovered application list can be exported in CSV format. You can export the Discovered application list, the Uncataloged list, and the Locally Cataloged list; you cannot export the entire Software Catalog.
Applications that do not exist in the KACE SMA inventory, but that do exist in the Quest KACE Software Catalog, are referred to as Not Discovered applications. You can enable metering for Not Discovered applications, mark them as Not Allowed, and add license information for them. However, because the applications have not been found in the local KACE SMA inventory, the Not Discovered application list cannot be exported in CSV format.
Uncataloged applications are executables that are in the KACE SMA inventory but that do not appear in the Software Catalog. You can view applications that are listed as Uncataloged on the Software Catalog page. However, you cannot enable metering for Uncataloged applications, mark them as Not Allowed, or add license information for them.
Uncataloged applications must be added to the local or public Software Catalog before they can be metered, marked as Not Allowed, or associated with license information. See Adding applications to the Software Catalog.
Cataloged applications are executables that are in the official Software Catalog database. This includes both applications that appear in KACE SMA inventory (Discovered applications) and applications that do not appear in KACE SMA inventory (Not Discovered applications).
Not Allowed applications are applications that have been marked as Not Allowed on the Software Catalog page.
Windows and Mac applications can be marked as Not Allowed only if they are classified as Discovered, Not Discovered, or Locally Cataloged applications. Applications that are Uncataloged cannot be marked as Not Allowed until they are added to the Software Catalog. Applications that are marked as Not Allowed can be blocked or blacklisted from running on managed devices if those devices have an Application Control-enabled label applied to them.