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  • 問題

  • I can see the Computer OS information in A.D. user and computer. But i need right click the computer for each one.

    have any idea to retrieve OS information easy ??

    2008年11月27日 上午 08:27

解答

  • Dear Customer,

     

    Based on my research, We cannot review OS information unless this way.

     

    If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to let me know. I will be glad to help.

    I look forward to your reply.

    Best regards,

     

    Tom Zhang

     

    2008年11月28日 上午 08:10
    版主
  • I think you cannot get information from the server side directory.

    But you can make each computer send server the required information by bat file. (You can do it in logon script. I think vbscript also can do it. but I didn't found the inforamtion abuot this yet.)

     

    the process like following

     

    1. You need to map a network drive on computer.

    2. use ver command get Windows Version

    3. use hostname command get computer name

     

    for example

    Code Snippet

    @echo off

    net use h: \\server\temp

    ver > c:\1.txt

    hostname > c:\2.txt

    copy c:\1.txt+c:\2.txt c:\"%computername%".txt

    copy c:\"computername%".txt h:\

    net use /del /y h:

     

    put above code in a batch program and give each user / computer as logon script

     

    If all computers do domain login and run the script, a computername.txt file will be copied onto server.

    Then you can use third party text editor software to do furture works.

     

    (Note*: Window Server 2008 use ver will show u Windows 6.0XXX, I didn't try on Vista, I think they are both shown as Windows 6.0XXXXX)

    2008年11月28日 上午 11:05

所有回覆

  • Dear Customer,

     

    Based on my research, We cannot review OS information unless this way.

     

    If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to let me know. I will be glad to help.

    I look forward to your reply.

    Best regards,

     

    Tom Zhang

     

    2008年11月28日 上午 08:10
    版主
  • I think you cannot get information from the server side directory.

    But you can make each computer send server the required information by bat file. (You can do it in logon script. I think vbscript also can do it. but I didn't found the inforamtion abuot this yet.)

     

    the process like following

     

    1. You need to map a network drive on computer.

    2. use ver command get Windows Version

    3. use hostname command get computer name

     

    for example

    Code Snippet

    @echo off

    net use h: \\server\temp

    ver > c:\1.txt

    hostname > c:\2.txt

    copy c:\1.txt+c:\2.txt c:\"%computername%".txt

    copy c:\"computername%".txt h:\

    net use /del /y h:

     

    put above code in a batch program and give each user / computer as logon script

     

    If all computers do domain login and run the script, a computername.txt file will be copied onto server.

    Then you can use third party text editor software to do furture works.

     

    (Note*: Window Server 2008 use ver will show u Windows 6.0XXX, I didn't try on Vista, I think they are both shown as Windows 6.0XXXXX)

    2008年11月28日 上午 11:05
  • Dear Customer,

     

    I just wanted to say hi, and to see how things are going. I haven't heard back from you yet and I was wondering if there are any updates on the service request.

     

    Thanks.

     

    Sincerely


    Tom Zhang

     

    2008年12月1日 上午 02:04
    版主
  • Dear Tom Zhang,

     

    Thanks for your information.

     

    I think I find the OS information on my PC Inventory file only.

     

    but i think on the N.T 4 server Platform , it can be show on.

    Like this http://www.windowsnetworking.com/img/gif_nt4/nt4jdm10.gif

     

    Best Regards,

    Frank

    2008年12月3日 上午 02:59
  • Dear ComBilLi ,

     

    thanks for your suggestion , your suggestion is are good choice.

    but i hav'nt time to do so.

    2008年12月3日 上午 04:27
  • Hi,

    Actually you can export the entire schema from csvde. Please try that on your AD:

    1. In the Domain controller, type CMD
    2. Type csvde -f filename.csv

    You can open this csv files and there have all the information from your AD schema, including the OS information in each PC.

    Thanks
    Jacky
    2009年2月13日 下午 01:57