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Apr
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awarded  Supporter
Apr
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comment Scanning Monitor Models in my office
We have customers running it on a networks of over 25,000 nodes with no issues :-) Linux native is the way to go (even in a VM).
Apr
21
comment Scanning Monitor Models in my office
Open-AudIT will provide the manufacturer, model, serial, size, aspect ratio, edid version and date of manufacture. You can run the scripts "offline" as well and just read the result file (it's very simple XML). Just copy the script to a USB and run it individually on each PC. Depending on the size of your network this may be the quickest/easiest/simplest way to go...
Nov
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Nov
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accepted DD-WRT determine router model
Nov
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answered DD-WRT determine router model
Oct
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comment DD-WRT determine router model
Unfortunately, no... root@DD-WRT:~# cat /proc/cmdline console=ttyS0,115200 root=1f02 rootfstype=squashfs noinitrd init=/sbin/init
Oct
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Dec
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Dec
9
answered an unknown ip on network
Nov
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comment What piece of software do you recommend to help me keep an inventory of only infrastructure equipment?
Look again at Open-AudIT. Specifically, version 2 known as OAv2. It will do everything you have asked here.
Aug
20
comment How do you keep track of your company computers?
No idea - it's a valid answer for the question... Yet the "Roll Your Own" response gets voted up. WTH? There has been a LOT of work put into Open-AudIT so you don't need to go through that. You can even just grab the audit script (VBscript) - it outputs valid XML, and use that. Sigh.
Aug
10
answered How do you keep track of your company computers?
Aug
10
revised Server (location, MAC, IP) documentation with Google Docs
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Aug
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answered Server (location, MAC, IP) documentation with Google Docs
May
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answered Inventory or Audit Installed Linux Software
Apr
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revised GLPI and OCS - creating groups for inventory and assigning devices to users
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23
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22
answered GLPI and OCS - creating groups for inventory and assigning devices to users