Report on Computer Manufacturer and Memory Information Remotely


Shows computers with manufacturer, model, number of logical processors, number of processors, system type and total physical memory



  

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Implement IT asset management and assess your endpoint hardware configurations in seconds with Action1. Check out the “HW Manufacturer” report to better understand the hardware resources that are available to you and their origin. Action1 obtains remote computer manufacturer information, physical memory (RAM) information along with how many processor cores each workstation has. It scans the entire fleet of workstations, including workstations that aren’t connected to your corporate LAN and virtual machines. You’ll get results almost instantly. Action1 presents you with live data from the managed endpoints. If some server is offline, Action1 will provide you with cached data to make sure all assets are inventoried and inspected. Use this free tool instead of PowerShell script to get CPU and memory information (i.e. get available memory). It returns computer manufacturer, model, number of logical processors, the number of cores, system type and total physical memory size. Use this information to identify potentially unreliable manufacturers and plan upgrades.

Report on Computer Manufacturer and Memory Information Remotely


Latest Release: Action1 Endpoint Security Platform 2.2, May 4, 2020.
For more information, please refer to Action1 Online Documentation

  

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Frequently Asked Questions



1. How can I check a PC hardware configuration?
To check the hardware configuration of a Windows computer, navigate to “Control Panel / System and Security / System”. Also, explore Device Manager for more detailed information.

2. What are the major computer manufacturers?
You must have heard of companies such as Samsung, Lenovo, HP, Apple that produce computer devices. Other companies like AMD and Intel are manufacturers of specific details, such as processors.

3. Can Action1 help me check configuration of remote computers?
With Action1, you can obtain information from remote computers without using PowerShell or relying on Group Policy.

4. Can Action1 collect information about virtual machines?
Action1 inventories all Windows machines in your network, including virtual ones. For these machines, Action1 reports the virtualization manufacturer and provides all valuable information such as the number of assigned logical cores, memory, etc.




Related Product Features:

Processor Information
    Shows processors with architecture, description, device id, manufacturer, name, number of cores, number of logical processors and data width
Physical Memory Information
    Shows Windows physical memory (RAM) with bank label and capacity
Motherboard Information
    Shows motherboards with motherboard model, manufacturer, serial number and version
Firmware Information
    Shows BIOS firmware information with BIOS manufacturer, serial number and version
Installed Printers
    Views installed printers on remote computers with name, default setting and error description
Disk Drives
    Shows disk drives with name, model, device id, interface type, size and serial number
CD-ROM Drives
    Shows CD/DVD drives with manufacturer, media type and serial number
SCSI Controllers
    Shows SCSI controllers with name, manufacturer, protocols supported and status
Monitors Information
    Shows monitors information with name, screen height and screen width
Sound Devices
    Shows sound devices with name, manufacturer and status
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