Sat, Jun 21 2008 8:09
So SpiceWorks 3.0 came out and it's a nifty free app to monitor a network... and they even have a paid version if you want no ads. So far so good.
I wish they would have worded this better though..
Does that mean that the network has to be set up that all workstation's users have admin rights, or does it mean that the ITPro administrator needs to either have domain admin credentials (a standard domain) or if in a peer netwrok he knows the administrator password for the workstation.
But on Vista... they just lost me
Spiceworks will not run correctly, or discover your remote computers running Vista if User Account Control (UAC) is turned on. Below are instructions for disabling UAC
I need to test something.. I wonder if enabled remote registry service will do the same. Because sorry Spiceworks, I'm not disabling UAC.
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