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#113393 - 2004-02-05 01:35 AM Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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Getting a Dispatch Pointer message -

USING:

WMIQUERY()
LOGGER()
UDFs

Code:

CLS
BREAK ON
Dim $Container
Dim $ContainerName
Dim $Computer
$ContainerName = "domain"
$Container = GetObject("WinNT://" + $ContainerName)
$Container.Filter = "Computer"
For Each $Computer in $Container
IF LEFT($Computer.Name,4)='ABC0'
IF RIGHT($Computer.Name,4)>1300
$state = WMIQuery("SerialNumber","Win32_BaseBoard",CHR(34)+$Computer.Name+CHR(34))
?$COMPUTER
?$STATE
;$logfile='H:\compstatus.csv'
;$logdata=$Computer + ',' $state + @CRLF
;LOGGER($logfile,$logdata)
ENDIF
ENDIF
Next
GET $K



Thanks,

Kent


Edited by kdyer (2004-02-05 01:36 AM)
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#113394 - 2004-02-05 01:42 AM Re: Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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Didn't test Kent, but this line looks a little off:

$Container.Filter = "Computer"

Might be:

$Container.Filter = "Computer", ""

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#113395 - 2004-02-05 03:48 AM Re: Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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Yes, the filter must be an array, even if it's only a one-element array.
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#113396 - 2004-02-05 05:10 AM Re: Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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depending on how old the version of WMIQuery you are using, the newer version always returns an array

append a [0] to the end of the WMIQuery statement
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#113397 - 2004-02-05 09:12 AM Re: Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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I didn't test it but after reading this topic I wonder if it is possible to capture memory Serial Numbers? I'm not sure but tought it was possible with SMS Server and Insight Manager....

Maybe handy... If someone wants to change (illegal) the memory of its workstation it is easy done(If there isn't a lock on the case), So...


Edited by Co (2004-02-05 11:16 AM)
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#113398 - 2004-02-05 09:47 AM Re: Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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search the board for kixomatic.
with it you should see what is possible.
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#113399 - 2004-02-05 11:11 AM Re: Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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Kixomatic?? The Kix version of Scriptomatic I guess.. MMM, Didn't know about its existence...

Thanks, I will search for it..
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#113400 - 2004-02-05 11:18 AM Re: Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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There is an ADSI version of Scriptomatic is there a Kix version too??
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#113401 - 2004-02-05 11:26 AM Re: Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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many.
think the current version of kixomatic is 2.1

I just need to wonder.
you first say you will search and then you come back asking when I just said there is
how hard can it be:

http://www.kixtart.org/ubbthreads/dosearch.php?Cat=&Forum=UBB13&Words=kixomatic&Match=Entire%20Phrase&Searchpage=1&Limit=5&Old=1year
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#113402 - 2004-02-05 11:46 AM Re: Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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You wonder, I wonder... In a second I thought about it and posted it... But you are right I should found it when I searched for it and when I didn't found it I could post that question anyway... Part of the reason is I found broken links... See starters forum where I posted a new topic.. Maybe that answers your question.

Thanks for the right link


Edited by Co (2004-02-05 11:51 AM)
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#113403 - 2004-02-11 01:45 AM Re: Trying to capture Serial Numbers
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Was able to get this going and works a treat!

Code:

DIM $container
DIM $containername
DIM $computer
$containername = "Domain"
$container = GetObject("WinNT://" + $containername)
$container.filter = "Computer", ""
$logfile='H:\compstatus.csv'
FOR EACH $computer IN $container
IF LEFT($computer.name,4)='ABC0'
IF RIGHT($computer.name,4)>=1300
IF EXIST('\\'+$computer.name+'\Admin$$') ;Check to insure the machine is up
$logdata=$computer.name+','+WMIQuery('SerialNumber','Win32_BIOS',$computer.name)[0]+@crlf
LOGGER($logfile,$logdata)
ELSE
$logdata=$computer.name+','+'NotAvailable'+@crlf
LOGGER($logfile,$logdata)
ENDIF
ENDIF
ENDIF
NEXT
?'Process is complete.. Press a key to continue'
GET $k



Kent
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