So, thanks to jverbosk I have some vbscripts that do an excellent job of returning some information I want from my endpoints. I'm looking for the network drives that are currently mapped as well as the network printers that are mapped. I also have one that tells me the default printer assigned for that user. The problem is if I attach my vbscripts to a K Script, they run at the system level and the results I get are no different from the ones displayed by default in the inventory. What is the best way to get Network drives and printers to populate per logged in user into the custom inventory?

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  • Would you be willing to share those scripts at all?
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Will running it as SYSTEM return printers for that user? Shouldn't you run it as logged in user?

Answered 05/15/2013 by: dugullett
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  • I just tried that. I had been running it as an offline KScript. I switched it to an online KScript and now it's reporting more information. After some more testing I think it will be good to go!
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