Ocs4all 1.0

Publisher: Ocs4all Date added: 20 June, 2013
License: Freeware

Ocs4all helps administrators Inventorying hardware, OS and software installed on their computers. It uses a part of OCSInventory project and is based on MySqL/PHP/Perl for the server.

Description:

Ocs4all helps administrators Inventorying hardware, OS and software installed on their computers. It uses a part of OCSInventory project and is based on MySqL/PHP/Perl for the server. Agent sends (FTP) zip PC inventory result or put it on a local path. Language: PHP

Tags: Hardware Inventory , Inventory System , Inventory Application
Platforms: Windows, Linux, Mac OS, BSD, Solaris
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