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Kix scripting question

Kix scripting question

Kix scripting question

Sorry if this isn't quite the right forum, I couldn't find one more suited.

I'm hoping for an easy bit of help with Kix scripting. We're already set up to run Kix for our logon scripts. Now, I'd like to save myself a lot of running around for an inventory project.

Can someone tell me the easiest way to get Kix to take the computer name, the user name, and the OS version (all of which exist as variables already, IIRC), and dump them to a text file on a server share? Even a text file in the same spot as the logon script. I'd just like it to append the information to the existing file, so I end up with a long list of users and what computer they're using.

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