Run the program ShowLicenseUsage.exe - it's probably in Program Files\Cisco\Desktop\bin but I am not an Express person and cannot be sure of the location.
It will show you which IP addresses are using the Admin program and a Seat (Supervisor or Agent) licence.
You don't need to differentiate between Agents and Supervisors - same licence. You obviously know which machines you installed the Supervsior software on, so possibly you can figure it out, but I'm guessing you don't care.
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