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Posted on 2007-03-26
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I wish to inventory all my servers windows and unix from one central place. Is there a freeware tool out there that can do this?

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MonitorMagic is a Shareware,  proactive monitoring and reporting tool for Windows 2003/XP/2000/NT servers, workstations and SNMP devices and supports agentless monitoring. MonitorMagic supports Windows and UNIX based resources such as memory, disk and CPU load and optionally records the values into a database to enable graphical trending and reporting. MonitorMagic ships with predefined policies for popular hardware and applications..


http://www.tools4ever.com/products/monitormagic/



note: I dont know is this against ee rules?? if any please delete this
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You could also try lansweeper which is FREE and can be downloaded from http://www.lansweeper.com/
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