No. Not yet.

AIS (Application Inventory Service, part of the Microsoft Desktop Optimisation pack (MDOP)), delves deeper into a machine than most inventory software services, besides the add/remove MSI components, it also checks the registry etc. However, SoftGrid applications are not registered in the add/remove or in the registry, in fact, pretty much no-where; therefore no software asset service will find SoftGrid applications.

This will change going forward, for example, customers who adopt the MSI Utility and/or ESD (Electronic Software Distribution) technologies will register SoftGrid in the Add/Remove MSI components and this will in turn allow asset inventory services to detect SoftGrid applications deployed in this way (but not streamed applications).

If an Asset Inventory service was SoftGrid aware, then it could call the SoftGrid client and ask what applications were installed.