Report on Monitors Information Remotely


Shows monitors information with name, screen height and screen width



  

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Monitors, like visual display devices, are important assets. They should be scrupulously inventoried and included in the IT asset management scope. Knowing what monitors are in use in the company not only prevents these articles from getting lost but also helps IT departments make informed decisions when it comes to improving workspaces. Action1 hardware inventory tool acquires hardware configurations from corporate endpoints in seconds and gives you an insight into what monitors and other screen devices are available. The product doesn’t rely on Group Policy and can query remote workstations that aren’t connected to a corporate domain or LAN, such as computers of employees working from their home offices.

Action1 creates a detailed “Monitors” reports and provides you with the most recent information. You’ll see all monitors, with name, height, and width for each monitor. You can leverage this information when considering updates, for example, when budgeting to replace a current monitor with a bigger one. With Action1, you’ll be able to keep track of your IT assets without having to manually inspect these articles or label them. At any given moment, you’d be able to check how many monitors are attached to a specific workstation, plan driver upgrades, and suggest rearranging configuration. For example, assigning a widescreen monitor to a designer’s computer instead of a read-only server would make more sense and improve employee performance. Powered with data from the “Monitors” reports, you’ll be able to plan maintenance more thoroughly and avoid compatibility issues related to displays.

Report on Monitors 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 to check the monitor model on Windows PCs?
On a local Windows machine, navigate to Device Manager to check the display name and model. As for remote Windows computers, connect to them via RDP or try PowerShell scripts. Alternatively, consider using Action1 that collects information from remote endpoints in seconds and shows you the list of monitors in a professional-looking report.

2. How do I check the version of the monitor’s driver?
Either check the Device Manager or use PowerShell cmdlet ‘Get-WmiObject’ to get a list of drivers.

3. How often should I upgrade drivers for monitors?
Regularly check driver updates and install them in order to avoid compatibility issues. Make sure to update video card and GPU drivers as well to ensure better performance and stability.

4. How to fix the Generic PnP Monitor issue on Windows 10 computers?
Although PnP devices are meant to work without installing a special driver, they may fail due to compatibility issues. If you have all Windows 10 updates installed but the issue persists, try updating a monitor driver. Navigate to the Device Manager and choose to update the driver in the Monitors section first, and then in the Display adapters section. In both cases, you’ll have to download a new driver from the internet and then manually specify it as a preferred driver for installation.




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