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Script to identify host name, ip address, etc in the right hand corner of the screen upon log on

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I forgot the script to Identify upon log in normally in the bottom right hand side of the screen, pertinent information like host name, IP address, OS, etc.  Can someone provide this to me.  Thanks
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Yes!  Thank you.
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