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Make a 100+ Server Inventory in 30 minutes


Make a 100+ Server Inventory in 30 minutes

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Stanley Chan
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This is a good tool for systeminfo . Do you have a tool to capture sql server information like edition,service pack, cpu affinity mask, memory configured. Now these are caried out with scripts or system stored procedures

Thanks

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Hi Stanley,

Good and informative article. Does it require any ports to be opened?

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Raj

http://Strictlysql.blogspot.com
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Good Article. Thanks for sharing it.
I have used systeminfo in past, but generating a CSV with help of flags is an excellent idea. Makes to my personal command repo. :-)

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Hi Srinivas,

For SQL Server, I think it have to do it with scripts and stored procs.

Stanley
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Hi Stanley,

I am a DBA and this will surely make my life easy. thanks a lot for sharing this information.
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Great info - quick and easy asset overview.
However - if you want to know stuff about what runs on server, try sydi server - it takes you just that step further - but also creates quite a lot more output that you might not need.

[url=http://sydiproject.com/products/sydi-server/][/url]

PS: It's free Smile (and I am not associated in any way, just blown away by the usability of that little tool)



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Hi Srinivas,

I am not sure if this will be of any help. but you can check this article of mine.

http://www.sqlservercentral.com/articles/Automating+SQL+Server+Health+Checks/68910/
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Hi Raj,

Sorry I don't have idea of which port it is using.
So far I don't encounter any problem as long as I have enough permission to access the machine.

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Thanks Rajput.

There are much more commands you can return the result in remote machine, in CSV/List/Table format in the same way like tasklist, schtasks.
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