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    Viewing Computers in AD - Operating systems

    Is there a way of showing in a list, the operating system of each computer in the domain?

    I am able to view each one individually by viewing it's properties, but this is as far as i've got.

    Cheers.

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    like the attached so a column in the standard view?
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    I was hoping more for a list of computers and then what OS they each use, rather than listing the devices of one particular OS, if this makes sense.

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    I've always used other tools for this.

    My PHP inventory system does this

    https://github.com/zag2me/php-inventory
    Last edited by zag; 6th May 2014 at 01:17 PM.

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    Yep I get you. Powershell should be able to output something to a text file or CSV. Would that be ok?

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    I use this fantastic tiny little free program to manage AD.

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    that'd be a good start

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    +1 for AD Tidy. Works a treat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by edutech4schools View Post
    I use this fantastic tiny little free program to manage AD.

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    This is very nice! job done. thanks guys

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    Much as I hate Powershell, it has its uses.

    Code:
    Get-ADComputer -Filter * -Property * | Format-Table Name,OperatingSystem -auto
    There are a lot more properties whcih will give you finer detail, and you can sort by whatever field(s) you want.
    Last edited by jinnantonnixx; 6th May 2014 at 01:28 PM.



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