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Dynamic Groups

I was not sure where to post this so if someone thinks it should be in
another forum I’ll re post. I was wondering if it is possible to output the
results of a dynamic workstation list to a csv file. I have one for last
contact and it would make looking at the results easier if I could use it in
Excel. thanks.

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Dynamic Groups

Ccps,

you could use
zman wgm [group] --terse --Redirect=myfile
then import, using | as the separator...

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Shaun Pond
in my "day job" I work for ENGL; our aim is to make Windows deployment
easy


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Re: Dynamic Groups

Awesome. Thanks.

"Shaun Pond" wrote in message
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Ccps,

you could use
zman wgm [group] --terse --Redirect=myfile
then import, using | as the separator...

--

Shaun Pond
in my "day job" I work for ENGL; our aim is to make Windows deployment
easy

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Anonymous_User Absent Member.
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Re: Dynamic Groups

Ccps,

you're welcome - I'd not tried it before, so I was curious...

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Shaun Pond
in my "day job" I work for ENGL; our aim is to make Windows deployment
easy


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