Monthly Archives: April 2014

Using BatchPatch to Execute a Custom Script to Retrieve the Count of CPU Sockets, Cores, and Logical Processors from Remote Computers

One of the cool things about BatchPatch is that you can use it with your own scripts to retrieve information from many target computers. For the sake of this blog posting, let’s look at an example where an administrator wants to retrieve the count of CPU cores from his/her target machines. Let’s start with the […]

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BatchPatch Authentication in Domain and Workgroup (non-domain) Environments

When we set out to create BatchPatch, one of our primary concerns was to ensure that the software would be as easy to use as possible. We believe we were successful in that endeavor. However, since every network environment is unique, there are a few things that need to be understood about the BatchPatch authentication […]

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How to Hard-Code Your Own Custom Commands in the BatchPatch Actions Menu

We have done our best to make sure that all of the typical commands a Systems Administrator might need to run on computers in his/her network have been included in BatchPatch, so that it’s very easy to get information from remote computers with just a couple of clicks. That said, if there is a command […]

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