It has been a while, but that is to be expected. There is a lot of work to do at the start of a new year, but mostly not the most interesting work.
Anyway, this will be an easier one.
Fortigate routers, Fortiswitches and other Fortinet options are gaining more traction within a good few businesses (Might be country-dependent) so using the Forticlient software is done more and more by our customers.
However, you mostly only want it for one reason... to have the entire company use its VPN function.
Good day again!
This time I have a smaller and a lot easier script to share.
Ever had clients ask to have their PC's checked for specific software (now and in the future) to make sure no one installs certain software packages?
Well, I had and thus I created this Powershell script (which by the way, requires Powershell 3.0 or higher) that can check this for you.
While it is best to combine this with remote monitoring software, GPO and/or other methods to remote have this run on multiple devices, I am sure there are more uses for it.
So, what does this do?
It simply gets the values under the Installation registry that contain the names of installed software (while not 100% foolproof against some sneakier installation packages, it does mostly retrieve all the installed software) and pastes those in a txt file next to the Powershell script (Can be adjusted).
Patrick Berger AKA Powershellder.
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