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Peregrine Desktop Inventory- What does the Scanner Scan?

Peregrine Desktop Inventory- What does the Scanner Scan?

Peregrine Desktop Inventory- What does the Scanner Scan?

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My company is using Peregrine Desktop Inventory, and they haven't been trusting it so they have us comparing the scans done by the program to the standard dos dir *.exe /s >a:\blah.txt scan and since i started on it all of the scans have the same exe's except for one program so my boss wants to know what exactly does the PDI scan scan? does i scan the registry to find out what files are on the harddrive? Somebody with some knowledge please poor it on me.

RE: Peregrine Desktop Inventory- What does the Scanner Scan?

If configured to do so, the scanner will actually go into each directory to find out files...

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