Report on Computer Motherboard Information Remotely


Shows motherboards with motherboard model, manufacturer, serial number and version



  

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Action1 helps you drastically speed up hardware assessment without manually inspecting each and every server and workstation. It shows motherboards installed on endpoints with motherboard model, manufacturer, serial number, and version. Action1 instantly gathers information from the live endpoints and presents cached data for computers that are currently offline. Use this free utility to implement IT asset management processes and check the motherboard model on all Windows workstations, obtain motherboard model numbers, and perform centralized motherboard serial number lookups.

Action1 offers a streamlined approach to viewing motherboard information across the entire network of endpoints without manually checking Device Manager or using any PowerShell scripts or WMI. The “Motherboards” report contains all the required information that you might need when planning for hardware upgrades or maintenance works. The report can be exported and shared with your team of system administrators or helpdesk specialists. On top of that, you can opt for the alert that will notify you every time the PC configuration is changed and the motherboard is replaced. With Action1, you can keep track of your organization’s hardware assets and ensure their operability not causing any downtime for your colleagues.

Report on Computer Motherboard 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. What is a motherboard? Is it the same as baseboard?
The motherboard (baseboard, system board, main circuit board) is the central point of any computer device. It’s a hub where hardware components are mounted or plugged: CPU, RAM unit, hard drives or SSD, video card, etc. The motherboard facilitates communication between these components.

2. How to check motherboard on Windows 10 PCs?
On your local Windows 10 computer, navigate to the “System Information” app. On the “System summary” page look for “System manufacturer”, “System model” and “System type”.

3. How to replace motherboards?
Replacing a motherboard in Windows desktops required extra attention. You will need to open the system unit and carefully detach all hardware components from the motherboard. After replacing the motherboard, mount the components to the right places on your new board. Be sure to check the motherboard version and install all the proper drivers. Before attempting to replace a motherboard, create a system backup and check if your actions violate the device warranty.

4. Can I check the motherboard specification of remote computers?
You can leverage WMI or PowerShell scripts to get motherboard information from remote Windows computers. Alternatively, consider using a Cloud-based tool from Action1 that collects hardware information from remote workstations and presents in a user-friendly way right in your web browser.




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