Report on Sound Devices Remotely


Shows sound devices with name, manufacturer and status



  

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With increasing numbers of employees working remotely or from home offices, audio cards and sound devices became especially important as they facilitate the conference calls and daily standups. IT departments should include sound hardware components in the IT asset management scope. They should be carefully inventoried and replaced in a timely manner. A single unreliable built-in speaker can jeopardize business workflows and lead to losing a deal if it’s not serviced promptly. Action1 helps you keep track of all sound devices in your environment. The hardware inventory tool collects information from your managed workstations and Windows PCs in seconds.

You will get an insight into what sound devices you have, how they are distributed. Based on information from the “Sound Devices” report, you can budget for hardware updates and plan maintenance works. Knowing the sound device manufacturer and model is a must if you want to avoid compatibility issues and provide a seamless experience for your colleagues.

Report on Sound Devices Remotely


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



1. How to check audio devices on Windows PCs?
To find out the sound card and audio controllers that are in use on Windows-based workstations, navigate to Device Manager. Expand ‘Sound, video and game controllers’. Also, take a look at the ‘Audio inputs and outputs’ section. If you are looking for a way to gather information from multiple remote computers, consider trying Action1 asset management solution that creates detailed hardware inventory in seconds.

2. How to locate disabled sound devices?
To see all sound devices, including active, disabled, and disconnected, navigate to ‘Control Panel / Hardware and Sound / Sound’ and inspect the Playback tab. By default, only active devices are shown. Right-click an empty area and select ‘Show disabled devices’ and ‘Show disconnected devices’ to get a complete list of sound devices.

3. How to update an audio driver?
Drivers should be reviewed regularly to avoid compatibility issues and provide the best audit quality. To upgrade a driver, navigate to Device Manager, double-click a device (for example, speakers), and then select the Driver tab. On this tab, you can learn more about driver details and update a driver if necessary.




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