By "universal", I would say that if your convention is well defined, and know the appropriate LDAP paths, then It is very possible to do this, but you are really going to want to write this script yourself (or have somebody do it for you.) All that you need to do is iterate over your computer objects (usually a "for each" or a "do while" loop), and either do an "if...elseif...else" or a case (or switch) construct to do the magic.
Tip: I usually reserve the "else" (or the default clause of a case statement) as a "WTF" catchall. This is for machines that don't meet the naming convention and alert you. Either print the statement out to the console, write to a logfile (always good practice to log everything), or send an email of all WTF-s.
Tip: When looking just for Windows Servers, I parse the Object.operatingSystem property for the pattern "Windows*Server*". This pattern matches the text of every Windows Server version.
Check out the Microsoft Technet Script Center Repository. You may find something that does close to what you need.