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script to generate report regarding ILO for a group of servers

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I am looking for a script to generate whether a physical server is configured with ILO or not. If the server is configured with ILO the script should generate a csv report providing details such as Server name, ILO IP address and Username. If not configured the report should generate NA against the server name. The script should get the list of server names as input through a text file.

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Can you get more reasonable with programming language tags?
VB script is EOLd by microsoft
There is nothing about kernel

And if you talk HP - their iLO scripting toolkit can take text input file and process it.
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