Reporting domain/workgroup membership on your LAN using PERL

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This is more of an FYI. I just posted a perl script that I use to generate a daily report of all Workstations and Servers located on our LAN. This report is sorted by domain/workgroup membership and includes any visible shares on the machine. If anyone is interested you can read it here: http://frankenrouter.homeip.net/System+Admin+Articles/111.aspx Thanks, Gary

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Slick.

You may want to check out the Net::SMTP::Multipart module from CPAN (or ActiveState, if you’re on Windows) instead of using both Net::SMTP with MIME::Lite. Just seems like it might be a bit cleaner code with one module.

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  • Ghigbee
    Thanks for the tip. If I get some time I'll rework it.
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  • Ghigbee
    This is just an update. The site was down for a while due to lightning and had to be recovered. It is now back up and running and this article is available at : http://www.greatnorthcomputing.com/System+Admin+Articles/111.aspx
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  • Larrythethird
    Another option is to get an old computer and load your favorite flavor of linux. Install LinNeighborhood. It does a very nice report. Shows all workgroups and share, also. It might even come on the Knoppix bootable CD distro. Use an old low memory computer that doesn't even need a hard drive.
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  • Larrythethird
    Another option is to get an old computer and load your favorite flavor of linux. Install LinNeighborhood. It does a very nice report. Shows all workgroups and share, also. It might even come on the Knoppix bootable CD distro. Use an old low memory computer that doesn't even need a hard drive.
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