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  1. I need to get a report of local and network printers in our company infrastructure to our management team. I am not certain how I will get printer info we need (computer/location of printer/Printer make and model/Network or local). We have about 2700 computers on our network, I would say about 200 of them have local printers. Is there a script I can run in Automate to find this out and create a report? I have seen scripts that can do it one computer at a time....that needs to be run on each computer.....but I do not really know scripting enough to create one that can get me the info for all systems in Automate we need. I had previously posted a similar request and did get the Printer Status plugin as a response. Does anyone have experience with that?
  2. Plugins4Automate has had a few requests to add to our VMWare ESX Health Monitor plugin the ability to exclude items from alarms that show up in the CIM data views as failed. Due to the items being reported missing or in error excessive alarms may fire in CW Automate. A lot of the time this is due to a missing CPU for a socket or a dual power supply system missing one of the power modules. The CIM data reports the items as a failure or in a less than stellar state. This false reporting causes CW automate to fire off alarms even though its not a true failure.
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