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General Chat Thread, how much ram in General; does any one know of a program to 'pull' how much ram stations across the network have? we have upgraded ...
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    how much ram

    does any one know of a program to 'pull' how much ram stations across the network have? we have upgraded loads but have some missing, just need to probe them

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    There was a script posted here a while ago which we use, pulls the ram info and a lot more, called inventory.vbs.

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    PsInfo

    Might be worth a look.

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    what about spiceworks?

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    Select your flavour of Documentor from the attachments - JavaScript or Windows Script - and remove the .txt extension. Gives you all sorts of handy info, just runs in a little IE window. Used it a couple of times here, can export to spreadsheet.

    As provided to me by pete when I visited him last winter - cheers Pete!
    Attached Files Attached Files

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    this will do the trick

    Inventory Your network

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    Newt Freeware can do this a treat

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    Spiceworks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K.C.Leblanc View Post
    PsInfo

    Might be worth a look.
    have tried this seems pretty good, have it writing to a text file! cheers

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    You can do it in CC4 without any additional scripts (not sure what you're running though).

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    how about some Inventory software that would track all your hardware?
    The Spicworks is free, but honestly I have never used it. However I ve heard and read about it a lot
    One more I can advice is 10-Strike Network Inventory Explorer (Network Inventory Software: Audit and Track Network Computer Inventory (Hardware & Software) for Windows). It collects all data about networkhardware and keeps it reports or files that you need.

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