Command line

Supported command line options:

SysInfoDetector.EXE [/R[M]] [[path\]filename[.ext]] [/?] [/H] [/SM] [/DRVINSTALL] [/CONFIG] [/SKIPSERVER] [/USEWH]
  • /R — generate a report
  • /RM — build file in the main program format
  • path — full path to the report file
  • filename — report filename
  • ext — report file extension (default report file generated with the extension "SID")
  • /? or /H — output of the command-line options
  • /SM or /HIDE — hidden mode
  • /DRVINSTALL — do not remove the driver after finished
  • /CONFIG — enable/disable the scanning of the survey
  • /SKIPSERVER — do not run the application on the server
  • /USEWH — use file storage

Allowable macros in the path or name of report file:

  • $HOSTNAME$ — Host name
  • $USERNAME$ — User name
  • $MACADDR$ — The primary MAC address of the network card
  • $IPADDR$ — The primary IP address of the network card
  • $DATE$ — Current date in YYYYMMDD
  • $TIME$ — Current time in HHMMSS
  • $YEAR$ — Current year in YYYY
  • $MONTH$ — Current month in MM
  • $DAY$ — Current day in DD

Integration with Hardware Inspector:

For the mass generation of reports on the configuration of all computers, you can use the following format in the domain logon-script:
\\Server\SID\SysInfoDetector.exe /RM \\Server\CfgReports\$HOSTNAME$\$YEAR$\$YEAR$_$MONTH$_$HOSTNAME$.sid /HIDE /SKIPSERVER /DRVINSTALL
This allows a user logs on to the domain automatically generate a configuration report of his computer. In the future, this report will be used by the mechanism "Audit of workplaces" of applications Hardware Inspector and Hardware Inspector Client/Server to monitor a deviation in the computer configuration.
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