To determine the version of AutoSys, on a server or client machine you run the command "autoflags -a" on those machines.
To determine the version of an agent you run the command "cybAgent -v" or "cybAgent -vv" on those machines.
There is no central command you can issue on the scheduler to extract the AutoSys client version of a remote client.
Some customers configure an AutoSys command job to run on the remote hosts and execute the "autoflags -a" command
and write the output to a file. They can then use "autosyslog -J <jobname> -tO" to pull and display the remote std_out_file's content, giving them the version details.
Regarding trying to determine the agent's version from a central location, you can run "autorep -M ALL -p" or
use WCC's Agent Inventory tab or like the example above run a command job to run the "cybAgent -v" command on the
remote host and send the output to a file and then pull back that data via autosyslog -J <job> -tO"