Report on Disk Drives Remotely


Shows disk drives with name, model, device id, interface type, size and serial number



  

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Disk drives storing valuable business data are key hardware assets and should be included in the scope of IT asset management reviews. Disk drives require regular maintenance, health checks, and backups. This cannot be achieved without proper tracking and inventorying these items. The “Disk Drives” report from Action1 lists all disk drives that are available across your managed endpoints, with capacity, name, and serial number for each drive. There you can also see error information and leverage it for initial analysis.

Action1 helps you keep track of your IT resources and ensure they are utilized effectively. With information from the report, you can make informed decisions when budgeting for hardware upgrades and plan maintenance works in advance. For example, you can opt to move a corporate file share from one disk to another, eject a faster drive to the high-load server and back up an error-prone disk drive before it gets completely corrupted. On top of that, you can subscribe to an alert and be notified every time the disk drives got replaced. Action1 brings you an understanding of how your IT resources are distributed among remote machines that could be examined otherwise.

Report on Disk Drives Remotely


Latest Release: Action1 Endpoint Security Platform 2.2, May 4, 2020.
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Frequently Asked Questions



1. Is it possible to extend computer hard disk memory?
If you are running out of space on a Windows device, consider replacing its current disk drive with the one with more capacity. In some cases, you can mount two or more physical drives into a workstation or laptop. Before attempting any hardware modifications, check the warranty card, read device specification, and create a backup.

2. What is the difference between HDD and SSD?
Both SSD (Solid State Drive) and HDD (Hard Disk Drive) are used to store data. SSD processes operations faster that translates into faster system boot, copying, etc. The use of SSD is recommended if you need to edit video, run high-performance software or games.

3. How to check the amount of space available on a Windows 10 laptop?
On a laptop or desktop running Windows 10, navigate to “Start / Settings (gear icon) / System” and then select “Storage”. On this page, you’ll see all computer`s disk drives, with occupied and free space for each logical disk.

4. How to check disk drive size remotely?
To check the disk drive size of a remote computer, you should either leverage PowerShell or a hardware inventory tool such as Action1 that collects information from networked endpoints and presents you with data right in the web browser.




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