As above reply. I need to know if there is a report, or a way of reporting, all devices with multiple monitors (count) and if possible, hardware details, serial, warranty etc. but I'd settle for a one line with device details and the monitor count.....
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  • h4zel,

    I have a kaseya procedure that does this. It uses some powershell scripts i think. Let me know if you would like to see what I have.
  • do you have any sort of management software/appliance such as kace or sccm?
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Hi - yes please!
Answered 09/10/2015 by: h4zel
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If you have RPC permissions/Administrator group for the PC's in question. Open the Script Deploy tool in the Admin Script Editor.  For the Command enter
for the Arguments enter
desktopmonitor get screenheight, screenwidth

Run this against any machines and they should produce a list of results for all the resolutions being used by the PC and what those resolutions are.
Answered 09/10/2015 by: perceptus
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if you do not have any desktop management systems you can use
PSTools - PSExec to call wmic desktopmonitor,

Wmic also has more return options to get manufacturer, type, is it default, computername, etc

You would run psexec from your system using a txt file with all the machines you want to target.  Have it write the output to a share to get all the machines in one list.

here is the list of wmic options for desktopmonitor

Availability  Bandwidth  Caption ConfigManagerErrorCode  ConfigManagerUserConfig  CreationClassName     Description      DeviceID   DisplayType ErrorCleared  ErrorDescription  InstallDate  IsLocked  LastErrorCode  MonitorManufacturer  MonitorType  Name  PixelsPerXLogicalInch  PixelsPerYLogicalInch  PNPDeviceID  PowerManagementCapabilities PowerManagementSupported  ScreenHeight  ScreenWidth  Status  StatusInfo  SystemCreationClassName  SystemName
Answered 09/10/2015 by: SMal.tmcc
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