We are currently tweaking the security in our organization (as the previous IT managers have been rather incompetant). The company has unix and windows computers.
The current IT manager wants to be able to sit at a Unix machine, type in the command "ping -b 184.108.40.206" and be able to grep out the IP address for each Windows 2000 machine on our network. In other words, he wants all of the Windows machines on our network (mostly 2000) to respond to a ping to the broadcast address.
Does anyone have any input for me?
Thanks in advance,