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To check Nic Teaming status/software  presence on Windows Servers

Posted on 2014-12-18
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I am looking for some automated script /utility to fetch info from my server in domain named:xyz.com

would need report for all boxes if Nic Teaming software is installed or how NIC Teaming is configured ?

Please advise, if somehow we can fetch this info using any script or free tool ?
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Please advise,if somehow we can fetch info from servers in domain for teaming software installed/configured ?
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Don't think a single piece of software can do this.

Have a look at some free asset management software such as this one which can remotely scan and list software installed on a server without the need to install any additional software.

You can then look at the results of the scan for common teaming software such as:
* Broadcom Advanced Control Suite
* HP Network Configuration Utility
* Intel Advanced Network Services

As for the configuration of the teams, the best way to find out how they are configured is to log into each machine and then open up the software unfortunately. I'm not aware of any sort of tool which can report the NIC teaming configurations.
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Thanks a lot...ll check for this..is there any centralized utility to check on all boxes in domain ?
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Have a look at this software, haven't tried it myself but it seems like it'll be able to do the job (and more).
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yet looking for some better option ,Thanks.
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