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    Inventory Your network

    This script will take a whole inventory of your machines and put it in a CSV file. Its VBS just add it to a stsrtup script.

    It will also upload the dell service tag.

    Coding is attached
    Enjoy

    z
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    Nice
    grabs a lot of information too.

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    I found it was handy for BSF when they wanted to know details of the network...

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    This script will take a whole inventory of your machines and put it in a CSV file. Its VBS just add it to a stsrtup script.
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    Thanks for this but a question - if I don't have a startup script (least I don't think I have) how do I run it? Can I just save it as a .bat and double click? Sorry if this is a stupid question but I don't know a great deal about running scripts.

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    rename it to vbs extension and in group policy go to the startup scripts and add it in there ( not the login script )

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    rename it to vbs extension and in group policy go to the startup scripts and add it in there ( not the login script )
    What he said, you dont need to have one already just make it the startup script. Its a VBS script not batch.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mac_shinobi View Post
    rename it to vbs extension and in group policy go to the startup scripts and add it in there ( not the login script )
    So when does it run at the start up of what exactly?

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    Quote Originally Posted by leco View Post
    So when does it run at the start up of what exactly?
    Before you to the logon script it will run asif a user runs it. You set it to run as a startup script in group policy.

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    startup scripts are computer, not user defined - is that right?
    So....I'm not quite sure exactly where to put this script. Which computer or doesnt it matter.
    Sorry, that's probably a stupid question

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    Quote Originally Posted by silver View Post
    startup scripts are computer, not user defined - is that right?
    So....I'm not quite sure exactly where to put this script. Which computer or doesnt it matter.
    Sorry, that's probably a stupid question
    put it on your server.
    usually \\servername\netlogon

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    Where does it save the csv too?

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    You know what, i've been sat here thinking that myself. There is a path in the script itself which im guessing it creates itself...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    You know what, i've been sat here thinking that myself. There is a path in the script itself which im guessing it creates itself...
    The CSV will make itself but you need to tell it where to make it. That is in the script.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FN-GM View Post
    I found it was handy for BSF when they wanted to know details of the network...
    You helped them?! Tell them to find out for themselves...

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    I use one that is nery similar (just does not go in to quite as much detail). Save me stacks of time getting the basic PC info for an audit of PC's when I first started. Just use it every now and again when a new PC or two are added.

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