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A script to inventory the function of each windows server

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I worked in an environment in the past, where they used a script that retrieves each server function and dump the result to HTML files

I cannot remember the name of the tool that was used.

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for instance, if it is SQL server, Exchange server, Web Server, Oracle server...
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Spiceworks, OpenAudIT, powershell?
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are SPiceworks and OpenAudit free?
which powershell command will be used in my case?
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James Haywood earned 470 total points
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Sydi server will do exactly what you want and is free!
http://sydiproject.com/products/sydi-server/
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