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  1. I'm trying to find a way to export a list of all NICs and their MAC Addresses present on a computer, and the default reports and dataviews only seem to show one for each computer. Is there an easy way to get this information out of Automate? If it helps, I have access to the custom Dataview Creator. Thanks in advance!
  2. Hello- I was wondering if anyone knew how to edit the Executive Summary Report to break it down by client locations instead of having it combined into one? I am new at and not very good at report editing so I am sure there is a way, I just haven't been able to figure it out yet. Thanks in advance!
  3. DForder

    CPU BenchMark

    Hi We are wondering if Automate or a script could report on a CPU Benchmark/Performance rating. The reason I am asking is that we have meetings with our customers based on their IT equipment, and it would be great if we were able to show them the list of CPU's and their benchmark, so we can identify what PC's need replacing. Currently we manually lookup a CPU Benchmark using PassMark's website - https://www.cpubenchmark.net. However, as we have a larger number of customers, it's too time consuming to manually score each device. BrightGauge is a very useful plug-in that we have, but unfortunately there does not appear to be any filter that is able to report on a CPU Score. I look forward to your suggestions/feedback. Many Thanks. Regards, Danny
  4. Hello everyone! I've been asked numerous times for this, so here you go: https://gavsto.com/free-report-anti-virus-health-including-compliant-devices/ It looks like this:
  5. Hello, Just wondering if anyone could shed some light as to what this report is all about and if there is anything in particular that I should be looking for in the report. Thanks, Francisco Oira
  6. Management is looking for a report, to be run after Patch Tuesday each month, for which endpoints are behind/missing/noncompliant on Windows updates. I've looked in Patch Manager but it seems that it only allows me to view by patch rather than by computer, and the report I have in Report Center just shows "All devices are compliant" for each client when I know that's not the case. We're on 11.0.387 (using the legacy UI) and haven't upgraded to new patching yet. I've tried importing this report into Report Designer, but running it (even unfiltered) still shows "All devices are compliant" in the output.' Hoping there's something easy/obvious that I'm missing, but currently I don't see a way to get an inventory of who's missing what presented on a per-computer basis rather than a per-patch one. Can someone lend a hand? Please and thank you!
  7. we often have the need to quickly gather information for our sales department to quote upgrades or migrations. the main information we look for is CPU count and cores. ram total and used. disk size and used space by drive letter. these seem simple. but there is not one canned report from LT that gives these, and if the server is a virtual machine there is even less info. anyone have a custom report or an idea to full fill this need? Thanks!
  8. I am trying to create a inventory report that includes information on the VMHost based on what it sees in the virtualization plugin. I am able to output a list of all of the VMs on a VM-Host with the VM-Host hardware information but I would like to make it cleaner. Sort-of like the format below: VMWare ESXI Hostname: (VMWare Version) (Used Memory)/ (Total Memory) (Used Cores)/(Total Cores) (Hardware Model of the server) (Processor Model Information) (Serial Number of server) VMInfo VMInfo ............ VMWare ESXI Hostname: (VMWare Version) (Used Memory)/ (Total Memory) (Used Cores)/(Total Cores) (Hardware Model of the server) (Processor Model Information) (Serial Number of server) VMInfo VMInfo ............ Does anyone know how to accomplish such organization? This is an example of my current SQL statement. This grabs the VMWare ESXI VMs and puts them in a list and adds hardware server in the line item letting you know what ESXi server it is on. SELECT locations.clientID, plugin_vm_esxhosts.DeviceId, plugin_vm_esxvirtualmachines.VmName, plugin_vm_esxhosts.DeviceName, plugin_vm_esxhosts.ProductName, plugin_vm_esxhosts.OtherInformation, plugin_vm_esxhosts.ProductFullVersion, plugin_vm_esxhosts.Vendor, plugin_vm_esxhosts.Model, plugin_vm_esxhosts.BiosVersion, plugin_vm_esxhosts.License, plugin_vm_esxhosts.CpuGhz, plugin_vm_esxhosts.NumberCores, plugin_vm_esxhosts.RamMb, plugin_vm_esxhosts.ProcessorType, plugin_vm_esxhosts.ProcessorSockets, plugin_vm_esxhosts.CoresPerSocket, plugin_vm_esxvirtualmachines.PowerState, plugin_vm_esxvirtualmachines.GuestOSFullName, plugin_vm_esxvirtualmachines.IPAddress, locations.name, networkdevices.IPAddress AS hostIP FROM plugin_vm_esxhosts JOIN networkdevices ON networkdevices.deviceID = plugin_vm_esxhosts.deviceid JOIN locations ON networkdevices.locationid = locations.locationid JOIN plugin_vm_esxvirtualmachines ON plugin_vm_esxvirtualmachines.deviceID = plugin_vm_esxhosts.deviceID
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