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    Access Database for Assets.

    Does any one have an access database that I can use to put all our IT Assets into and run reports.

    OR know of one I can download for free which I can then populate with all the information I want.

    Thanks.

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    Have you thought about Spiceworks?

    I think that's quite good for asset management... not used it in a domain though, only at home messing around

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    Also consider OCS Inventory NG

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    There is a tempate in Access 2007 called "assets". Its pretty good. Im currently working my way round the house for my home contents.

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