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pull Network configuration for all servers

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We need to capture network information for all servers in out network....It should look like Below in CSV format

Network connection Name - NIC Name - Teamed - Enabled - Mac Address - IP Address -Speed

Local area connection #1 - NC 380T Adapter Slot 3 Port 1- No - Yes - 000011AA2043 - 10.10.10.10 - 1000 FullDuplex

Powershell or VB should be fine ...It should work for both 2003 and 2008...
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I have used this, works AWESOME!

It can be tailored for what you do/dont want

http://www.myexchangeworld.com/2010/03/powershell-disk-space-html-email-report/
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I have used this, works AWESOME!

It can be tailored for what you do/dont want

http://www.myexchangeworld.com/2010/03/powershell-disk-space-html-email-report/


I realized I posted the wrong script -

http://www.powershellpro.com/powershell-scripts-3easysteps/76/
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Thanks Everyone...I am getting Idea from above post...But I am not sure how to collect the above info i put in in excel format.....
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Hi Geodash,

http://www.powershellpro.com/powershell-scripts-3easysteps/76/
 looks to be the one i want with option 3....But I need not only the active NICs....Even if that is not configure i need the details around it ...like card product slot etc....
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