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In case your workstation computers do not log into a server, then the easiest way probably is to create a Scheduled Task on all computers, to launch AIDA64 Business Edition from a central location (e.g. a shared folder on your file server).

Storing AIDA64 files in a central location is recommended because then it's easier to re-configure AIDA64, or to update to a newer version.

Regards,

Fiery

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In case your workstation computers do not log into a server, then the easiest way probably is to create a Scheduled Task on all computers, to launch AIDA64 Business Edition from a central location (e.g. a shared folder on your file server).

Storing AIDA64 files in a central location is recommended because then it's easier to re-configure AIDA64, or to update to a newer version.

Regards,

Fiery

ok, I have 10 desktops. I have to install AIDA64 on all desktops will make doing the audit? help me what should I schedule the command line on the desktop? example uses the file server named SERVER

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You should extract AIDA64 Business Edition ZIP file to a shared folder on your server, then you can setup each client to launch AIDA64 from this location. You don't need to install AIDA64 on each client computer, AIDA64 doesn't require installation.

ok, I have 10 desktops. I have to install AIDA64 on all desktops will make doing the audit? help me what should I schedule the command line on the desktop? example uses the file server named SERVER

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Hello, I am not able to collect the audit information from the network, you can help me please. I am using this command line:

\\server\AIDA64 Business Edition\aida64.exe /r \\server\report\$HOSTNAME /CSV /AUDIT /SAFE /SILENT

shared folder on the server xp, and AIDA64 and report folder

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Hello, I am not able to collect the audit information from the network, you can help me please. I am using this command line:

\\server\AIDA64 Business Edition\aida64.exe /r \\server\report\$HOSTNAME /CSV /AUDIT /SAFE /SILENT

shared folder on the server xp, and AIDA64 and report folder

The only potential issue I can see about your command-line is the space characters in the shared folder name. Try to rename the folder called AIDA64 Business Edition to something simpler, e.g. aida64business. The rest of the command-line seems just fine. If it still doesn't work, then check if you provided the necessary write permissions to the \\server\report folder for your network users.

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we are buying the 10 licenses can also be used in preference / scheduled time (once a day).

Of course you can use that feature. So if you set it to once a day, such users who log on to their computer multiple times a day will only have one report created every day.

Its hiding the systray icon?

By using the /SILENT command-line option, the system tray icon of AIDA64 will be hidden.

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