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SCCM inventory function , can it do unix inventory >?

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Could you import a delimited text file into SCCM ?


I am attempting to use SCCM to create an asset list for all my servers , both windows and unix , can I connect to and get information some how from a unix client ?
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Quest has an extenstion pack for ConfigMgr 2007
http://www.quest.com/quest-management-xtensions-device-management-CM/
(I don't like it)

Please note that ConfigMgr 2012 has the function integrated
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