Re: Perl for windows Problem
On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 7:46 AM, sync <jiannma@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
That's to say , is there some methods that I can use to write some perl
scripts on Linux Server
to check the Windows Server System information ( CPU load , Memory and so
I think the best would be to activate WMI on the Windows boxes and
then write a script using DBD::WMI that you run on the linux box to
read out the information:
This is also the way in which most discovery/inventory tooling works.
It's much easier in my opinion than to deploy some CGI script or other
daemon to all your Windows machines.
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