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Help With An Inventory Script

Help With An Inventory Script

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OK, let me say that I have absolutely no idea how to program anything. It's just something that I do not get and I really appreciate all who do. I'd ask our programmer but he's on vacation and this is needed ASAP.

I've found a lot of scripts out there that do what need to be done, but most don't have the bit of info I do need and the ones that do have way too much other information and usually not some other bit of info I also need.

Let me tell you what I need and I pray someone can help.

I need a script that will do the following, if possible:
  • Scan all the computers on the domain without me having to input each one or log in to each one (I have a list of all the PCs in a text file)
  • Return the computer name
  • Return the make and model of the computer (ALL are Dell PCs)
  • Return the service tag
  • Return attached make, model, and serial number of attached monitor(s)
  • Export everything into a neat little CSV file
That's all I need. Any and all help is greatly appreciated. This is time sensitive and if I even had an inkling of an understanding, I would try to copy/paste some scripts together to get what I need.

I did post under VBScript as well but I've seen some Powershell scripts that do the same thing and hoping someone could help me here as well.

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