Sms dating software
The SMS inventory feature inventories data from the site's clients.
The inventory feature refers to both the hardware inventory and the software inventory features.
The SMS hardware inventory feature automatically collects detailed information about the hardware characteristics of clients in an SMS hierarchy.
By using this feature, you can collect a wide variety of information about client computers such as memory, operating system, peripherals, services, and processes that are running on the client computer.
The hardware inventory feature collects data from client computers by querying several data stores on client computers such as the registry and the Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) classes.
Hardware inventory does not query for all possible WMI classes, but it does provide approximately 1,500 hardware properties that include data such as the device ID of a tape drive, the manufacturer of a CD-ROM drive, the current size of the registry, and the primary partition of a disk.
By using hardware inventory, you can also collect basic information about client software.
You can collect information about the applications listed in Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel.
The software inventory feature collects detailed file information, and can copy files, from clients in an SMS site to the site server.By using software inventory, you can gather information such as file size, file date, file path, and the name of the product that a file is part of.Software inventory can also store copies of client files at the site server, so that you can view these files later.SMS can collect a comprehensive inventory that includes all the information about all the files from all the client's hard disk drives, it can collect information from a narrow set of files, or it can collect information from a single file.You can restrict the file information that is collected to certain details, and you can restrict the inventory collection to specific file names or specific file extensions by using wildcards and environment variables.