Backing up local documents require just one script line using the SyncDir command, which can also
be used to back up users' PST files.
The command could be triggered in a logon script or through an on-demand user desktop shortcut.
Simply issue the command UploadInventory in your logon script and this information is automatically available in your FastTrack Inventory web.
Alternatively it can be collected and stored in the Active Directory or in log files. Show me
Connecting shares and printers based on ip addresses or users' or computers' memberships of groups or organizational unit
can be achieved with a few script lines in the logon script. Show me
Data like physical memory, available disk space, installation date and so forth are available on your personal inventory web by simply
issuing the UploadInventory command in your logon script - or you can log the information to XML files. Show me
SmartDock will allow you to execute a script, when the client computer establishes
a VPN connection, regardless of type of VPN software. Show me
Run the example script to get a list of obsolete user and computer accounts in your Active Directory.
Insert a single script line in the logon script to remove undesired file types like music and movies.
Some users almost never perform a logon and thus never get the password expiry notification, resulting in locked
out accounts. Compile the script to setup a daily email notification to users who have
a pending password change. Show me
Run a query at the logon script to check if the client has the upgraded software package.
If not, switch executing user and install the package unattended at logon. Show me
Insert a few set-it-and-forget-it lines in the logon script to overrule the Microsoft Office user name with the Active Directory information.