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Shavlik account inspector

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Which Shalik Technologies product performs account inspection on a network? We would like to identify local user accounts on Windows OS computers throughout the enterprise.
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I believe the product you might be thinking of is Account Inspector from Shavlik Technologies.  It was developed as a free product in 2004 and than rolled up later on into NetChk Protect which is commercial.  For more info.

http://www.shavlik.com/netchk-protect.aspx

Account Inspector code was also purchased by Microsoft in 2007 to be added to their MBSA product which is free to use.  For more info.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/security/cc184923.aspx

MBSA can easily do what you are wanting to do and it is free on top of that.

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