is there a tool available that will search the entire network and find only solaris systems
and list everything about the system in a detailed report:
Some information needed
Make/Model OS Version Serial number: IP address Hostname Install aPPS. last booted or uptime
I know there are powershell and vbscript tools and apps for windows, but not sure if there is anything for locating and completeing an complete inventory of ONLY Solaris systems with a detail report. I am a solaris/unix newbie, so any recommendations or suggestions welcomed.
Please note: These solaris systems are on various subnet, and physical locations, some are even unknown, and some have been decommissioned, some renamed, just need validation of ones currently running on the network and listed with report of hardware/software details.
Interesting (2 part) question, and I'd like to know the answer myself as a little research brought back some _very_vague answers...e.g. http://www.opensitesolutions.com/services/network-mgmt.php#nim lists
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